Ionic and Covalent Bonds, Hydrogen Bonds, van der Waals - 4 types of Chemical Bonds in Biology

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There are four types of chemical bonds essential for life to exist: Ionic Bonds, Covalent Bonds, Hydrogen Bonds, and van der Waals interactions. We need all of these different kinds of bonds to play various roles in biochemical interactions.

These bonds vary in their strengths. In Chemistry, we think of Ionic Bonds and Covalent bonds as having an overlapping range of strengths. But remember, in biochemistry, everything is happening in the context of water. This means Ionic bonds tend to dissociate in water. Thus, we will think of these bonds in the following order (strongest to weakest): Covalent, Ionic, Hydrogen, and van der Waals. Also note that in Chemistry, the weakest bonds are more commonly referred to as “dispersion forces.”

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Studying for my biochemistry final! Great explanations :)
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Alanna Bramer . 2018-09-30
I'm still a little confused about the Van der Waals Interactions, can someone please give an example?
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Malay Chatterjee . 2018-08-12
This video is definitely very good but I couldn't understand the Van der wall's forces, the other types of bonds are so nicely explained. Thank you madam.
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Rushda Khan . 2018-07-31
All type of bonds are used in making tertiary structure of proteins ..... Example , enzymes..
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Stuefe Boltzmann . 2018-07-24
like your voice! clams people down and explains very well. Could you also explain metallic bond? and the difference between primary bond and secondary bond? Is it the primary bond is stronger and secondary bond is weaker?
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Kalpana Sharma . 2018-07-23
Covalent bond and non covalent bonds
Covalent bonds are strong compared to non covalent bonds.eg Hcl.
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I wonder how these particles actually look like in person, if we could become as small as Ant-Man and see them with our own naked eyes. They must looks like planets orbiting the nucleus.
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مفتاح مطول . 2018-05-24
I thought hydrogen bond is strong van der waal bond ; I mean they are the same
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Supendra Subba . 2018-04-26
ma'am till now we have learnt water is present everywhere but with different propertion. Eg. if we take dry soil in beaker or in any thing. And give heat with well covered. After a while we can see there droplets of water on the cover of beaker. N acc. to ur presentation biology and chemestry have different reaction and bonding property.Anyway, i just want to ask u a question and if possible please explain me later. My question is, in chemistry wont we used the water for reaction? N Only the crystals of compound are sufficient for reaction in chemistry?
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Hydrogen bonds are used to connect strands of DNA.
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Can you explain stoichiometric for chemistry? Love the videos :)
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lonedruid . 2017-05-01
There are some fuzzy bounds wich are neither covalent neither ionic, like the ones you find on rocks too, and this explains why rocks are brittle but resistant til it :333
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Xenogene Gray . 2017-05-01
1) Nonpolar covalent bonds, e.g. oxygen molecule
2) Polar covalent bonds, e.g. Hydrogen and Oxygen in same water molecule
3) Ionic bonds, e.g. NaCl
4) Hydrogen bonds, e.g. Hydrogen and Oxygen in different water molecules
5) Van der Waals force., e.g. between hydrocarbon molecules
Apparently if the force is with you, you don't bond too well, just like the Jedi :D
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srivatsan chandrasekaran . 2017-05-01
vandervalls force exists in graphite......pencil tip pantograph etc....!!!!!
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Ray Rocher . 2017-05-01
thanks for the chemistry course. chlorine is an interesting chemical prevents putrification.  thanks for study.
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Felipe Damasceno . 2017-04-30
I think the ionic bonds are in the bonds between a O2 molecule with hemoglobin iron molecule on the blood
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BElotti . 2017-04-30
Ionic bonds forms salt important to the climate of the planet, osmose and diffusion that are essential for life. Covalent bonds forms organic stuff that is everything that we eat as an example. Without the hydrogen bonds, plants wouldn't be capable of "sucking" water up to its upper parts like leaves, due cohesion. If I misspelled anything sorry I'm from Brazil :D about the last one I don't know.
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Mehmet Alihan Kayabas . 2017-04-30
I think ionic bonds are crucial in synaptic transmission (Ca2+ ion) , but I'm not sure ?
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Poliriboz . 2017-04-30
I think hydrogen bonds are used in DNA to connect nucleobases.
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