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write an essay give me topicsssss pleasee
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what kind of bonds/bonding are we talking about here though, can you interpret it in any way you want?
For chemical bonds, I can think of Hydrogen bonds, peptide bonds, ionic bonds, ester bonds, glycosidic (ether) bond, coordinate bonds in transitional metal complexes etc all serving an important role in many ways.
On the other hand, social behaviour like murmuration in Starling, social grooming in primates are also "bonding" with each other as a survival strategy, do these count as well?
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I think this was in the bio 2019 exam and everyone didn’t know how to take the question either as its quite ambiguous. I think I have it at home and I’ll look at what I wrote. But I defo remember talking about the hydrogen bonds in water which leads onto the properties of water and stuff about how that’s important for organisms.
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