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1Bell Ringer 1. What is ionization energy? 2. Which atom has the higher ionization energy?Li or Cl?Na or Br?3. Identify the three subatomic particles and name the type of charge for each.4. What is the electron configuration of sodium?
2Outline Bell Ringer Objectives Essential Vocabulary Essential Question SWBAT explain why atoms form ions.SWBAT identify the atoms most likely to form positive ions and the atoms most likely to form negative ions.SWBAT indicate the most likely number of electrons the atom will gain or lose given the symbol of a main group element.SWBAT predict the charge on ions from the ionization energies and electron configuration of the atom.Essential VocabularyAnionCationEssential QuestionWhy does sodium react readily with oxygen and explosively with water?Work PeriodPartner Practice ProblemsClosurePractice Test Question
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4Na + H2O Why do you think sodium reacts violently with water? Think about sodium’s electron configuration
5You might think that the most stable form for an element is that of a neutral atom However, there are approximately 190,000,000,000,000,000 kilotons of sodium on earth, yet almost none of that is in the form of sodium atomsWhat form is it in then?
6If sodium ions and not sodium atoms can be readily found in nature, it is due to the fact that ions are chemically more stable than atomsChemically stable = less likely to undergo chemical change
7One of the major tendencies that causes change to occur in chemistry is the tendency for matter to alter its condition in order to achieve lower potential energyRubber band example
8The house of cards will remain balanced, provided no one wiggles the table But, if someone wiggles the table, the structure will fall to a lower potential energy
9Much like the cards, atoms and molecules are in constant random motion This motion causes collisions between the particlesThese collisions initiate the change to lower potential energy
10Ion Formation An atom becomes an ion when it gains or loses electrons Cations are positively charged ions that form when an atom LOSES electronsAnions are negatively charged ions that form when an atom GAINS electrons
11Ion FormationWhen fluorine takes on an extra electron, it releases energy and moves toward lower potential energy
12Nonmetals have high ionization energies and therefore do not lose electrons but tend to gain electronsMetals have low ionization energies and therefore lose electrons readily and tend not to gain electrons
13Atoms bump into each other and the atom with low IE (metal or nonmetal Atoms bump into each other and the atom with low IE (metal or nonmetal?) will lose an electron to the other (metal or nonmetal?)
14RecallIonization energy – energy required to remove an electron from an atomIf we’re removing electrons, are we creating positive or negative ions?
17Ionization EnergiesWhat charge?What about aluminum?
18Partner Practice1. In general, how does the ionization energy of a metal compare to the ionization energy of a nonmetal? 2. Will an iron atom form a positive or negative ion? Why? 3. Will a bromine atom form a positive or negative ion? Why?
19Partner Practice4. Which is larger, a fluorine atom or a fluoride ion? 5. How is the number of valence electrons of a metal atom related to the charge on the ion the metal will form? 6. How is the number of valence electrons of a nonmetal related to the charge on the ion the nonmetal will form?
20Partner Practice7. If carbon were to behave like a metal and give up electrons, how many electrons would it give up? 8. How many electrons are in a typical sodium ion? 9. Explain why chlorine is a small atom that tends to take on an extra electron, but argon is an even smaller atom that does not tend to take on electrons.
21Partner Practice10. If an atom had the following successive ionization energies, to which family would it belong? Why did you choose this family?1st ionization energy = 75 kJ/mol2nd ionization energy = 125 kJ/mol3rd ionization energy = 1225 kJ/mol4th ionization energy = 1750 kJ/mol