Chemical Bonding

A chemical compound is a compound composed of various organic and inorganic compounds with definite property and characteristics. Some chemical references add that a chemical compound cannot be separated from its constituent atoms by physical detachment methods, i.e. without breaking a chemical bond. This can also be applicable to the separation of a chemical compound from a solvent. However, there are also certain solvent-soluble compounds that can be removed from a solute (liquid or semi-solid) by simple physical methods without leaving any trace of the solvent. These are known as molecular distillations. It is important to note that distillation, although highly effective, is not as efficient as some other techniques for separation of the compounds in liquid and semi-solid phase.

The separation of chemicals in their original forms can be achieved by means of chemical bonding. This is often done by electrostatic attraction, chemical bonding reactions between molecules or solids. This separation is known as electrochemical separation. A chemical bond is formed when two substances bind together in chemical or physical way by binding the electron of each other. This results in the creation of a strong force between them (hydrogen bonding), which is able to pull apart the atoms of the first substance and form a molecule of the second.

The most commonly used method in chemical separation is the electrochemical process. However, other common methods include ion exchange, gas-liquid solvent, and mechanical separators. All these methods depend on one or more catalysts, namely, reactive agents, which enable the separation of molecules. The reaction catalysts are either present in the solution, on the molecule, or on the surface of the molecule.

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