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Published on February 24, 2014

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Explanation of bonds

Bonding An accurate representation of bonds is an overloaded permenant magnet or electro-magnet. Imagine an industrial electro-magnet with metal scrap magnetically bonded to it the fisrt layer of scrap is strongly bonded and acts a conduit of the magnetization the second layer has a lower bond and the succeding layer exponential less since they are bonding off the proceeding layer. The atoms not only have to break past the repulsivity of the central or anchor atom but the intially bonded atoms.

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