|Name of Bond||Symbolic Representation of Bond||Chemical Formula||Bond Dissociation Energy|
|Bromine atom bond with Bromine atom (Bromine Molecule Bond Dissociation Energy)||Br – Br||Br2||193.870 kJ per mol|
|Bromine atom bond with Carbon atom||Br – C||BrC||280 kJ per mol|
|Bromine atom bond with Chlorine atom||Br – Cl||BrCl||218.84 kJ per mol|
|Bromine atom bond with Fluorine atom||Br – F||BrF||233.8 kJ per mol|
|Bromine atom bond with Nitrogen atom||Br – N||BrN||276 kJ per mol|
|Bromine atom bond with Oxygen atom||Br – O||BrO||235.1 kJ per mol|
Molecules are formed due to the reaction of atoms of either the same or different compounds. The primary cause of these reactions is the release or absorption of energy or achieving noble gas stable...
Lewis Symbols are used for representing electrons in the highest energy level of an atom. For example - The sodium atom has one electron in its highest energy level so its Lewis symbol is Na•, dot...