What Is a Network Solid?


A network solid is a chemical compound where the atoms are bonded by covalent bonds in a constant network. In this compound, there are no single molecules and the complete crystal may be referred to as a macromolecule.
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Network solids are organized in a crystalline structure at the molecular level, causing brittleness (inflexability) Ductily is usually associated with metallic bonding where electrons
A network solid is a substance made up of an array of repeating covalently bonded atoms . Examples: Diamonds are network solids made of carbon atoms.
Diamond and graphite consists of extensive networks of covalently bonded
A substance formed by a two- or three-dimensional web of covalent bonds to produce a macromolecule; diamond & SiO2 are network solids. Source(s) Barron's Book [I have it tomorrow
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Network solid is a chemical compound in which the atoms are bonded by covalent bonds in a continuous network. In a network solid there are no individual molecules.
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