Can someone just explain to me how i fill out this chart? i am so confused what i am even supposed to

can someone just explain to me how i fill out this chart? i am so confused what i am even supposed to put in the boxes. the green was already there. the red is what i typed, but it was incorrect


[tex]can someone just explain to me how i fill out this chart? i am so confused what i am even supposed[/tex]


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tgreenberg2002

tgreenberg2002

I think you need to answer the verbs in which box the tense of the verbs correspond with

griffislandon74

griffislandon74

LOL i don't even know

Explanation:

mg0508092

mg0508092

is there a y part of this equation?

Step-by-step explanation:

asiaboo37

asiaboo37

Explanation:

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indiareed0orv5ul

indiareed0orv5ul

To determine the electronegativity for each bond you need to calculate the difference of electronegativity of the atoms forming the bond.  

If the difference is equal or greater than 1.7 you have an ionic bond.

If the difference is between 0.4 and 1.6  you have a polar covalent bond.

If the difference is between 0 and less than 0.4 you have a nonpolar covalent bond.  

1) In NH₃ there is a nitrogen - hydrogen bond.  

electronegativity of nitrogen - electronegativity of hydrogen =

3 - 2.2 = 0.8 → polar covalent bond

2) In N₂ there is a nitrogen-nitrogen bond.

electronegativity of nitrogen - electronegativity of nitrogen =

3 - 3 = 0 → nonpolar covalent bond

3) In H₂O there is an oxygen - hydrogen bond.  

electronegativity of oxygen - electronegativity of hydrogen =

3.5 - 2.2 = 1.3 → polar covalent bond

4) In PCl₃ there is a chlorine - phosphorus bond.  

electronegativity of chlorine - electronegativity of phosphorus = 3 - 2.1 = 0.9 → polar covalent bond

4) In HBr there is a bromine - hydrogen bond.  

electronegativity of bromine - electronegativity of hydrogen = 2.8 - 2.2 = 0.6 → polar covalent bond

5) In MgCl₂ there is a chlorine - magnesium bond.  

electronegativity of chlorine - electronegativity of magnesium = 3 - 1.2 = 1.8 → ionic bond

6) In F₂ there is a fluorine - fluorine  bond.  

electronegativity of fluorine - electronegativity of fluorine =

4 - 4 = 0 → nonpolar covalent bond

7) In CO₂ there is an oxygen - carbon bond.  

electronegativity of oxygen- electronegativity of carbon =

3.5 - 2.5 = 1 → polar covalent bond

8) In LiCl there is a chlorine - lithium bond.  

electronegativity of chlorine - electronegativity of lithium =

3 - 1 = 2 → ionic bond

9) In Na₂O there is an oxygen - sodium bond.

electronegativity of oxygen - electronegativity of sodium =

3.5 - 0.9 = 2.6 → ionic bond

10)  In CCl₄ there is a chlorine - carbon bond.  

electronegativity of chlorine - electronegativity of carbon =

3 - 2.5 = 0.5 → polar covalent bond

lizredrose5

lizredrose5

What do you want me to fill it with give me the options and I’ll finish it in the comments

kassandramarie16

kassandramarie16

The Black Death was a devastating global epidemic of bubonic plague that struck Europe and Asia in the mid-1300s. The plague arrived in Europe in October 1347, when 12 ships from the Black Sea docked at the Sicilian port of Messina. People gathered on the docks were met with a horrifying surprise: Most sailors aboard the ships were dead, and those still alive were gravely ill and covered in black boils that oozed blood and pus. Sicilian authorities hastily ordered the fleet of “death ships” out of the harbor, but it was too late: Over the next five years, the Black Death would kill more than 20 million people in Europe—almost one-third of the continent’s population

Today, this grim sequence of events is terrifying but comprehensible. In the middle of the 14th century, however, there seemed to be no rational explanation for it.

No one knew exactly how the Black Death was transmitted from one patient to another, and no one knew how to prevent or treat it. According to one doctor, for example, “instantaneous death occurs when the aerial spirit escaping from the eyes of the sick man strikes the healthy person standing near and looking at the sick.”

andreaisabela

andreaisabela

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