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2 Ionic Bonds Chemistry Mrs. Coyle

3 Part A: Ions Lewis Dot Structure Stable Octet (or Duet)

4 The Periodic Table and Atomic Radius

5 Valence Electrons Valence electrons are the electrons in the highest occupied energy level of the atom. Valence electrons are the only electrons generally involved in bond formation.

6 Electron Configuration of Sodium 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 1 Which is the valence electron for Na? Answer: 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 1

7 Na, 11 e

8 Na +, 10e

9 A Positive Ion (Cation): An atom that has lost one or more electrons. + charge

10 Electron Dot Structure or Lewis Dot Diagram A notation showing the valence electrons surrounding the atomic symbol.

11 Elements within the same group have the same electron-dot structure.

12 A Negative Ion (Anion) An atom that has gained one or more electrons. Negatively (-) charged.

13 Chlorine Atom  Chlorine Ion

14 When Na, (Z= 11) loses its valence electron, what element does its configuration look like ? a. Neon b. Potassium c. Beryllium d. Sodium Check your Neighbor

15 When Na, (Z= 11) loses its valence electron, what element does its configuration look like ? a. Neon b. Potassium c. Beryllium d. Sodium Check your Neighbor

16 When the valence shell is full, the atom is stable, less likely to react. Example: Noble (Inert Gases) Kr A Stable Octet

17 Note Atoms tend to react in a way that would lead them to have a stable octet.

18 Part B: Equations for Formation of Ions and Naming Ions Ionic Bonds and Ionic Compounds

19 Equations for the Formation of Cations H.  H + + e - Li.  Li + + e - Mg :  Mg 2+ + 2e -

20 Equations for the Formation of Anions... : F : + e -  : F - :....

21 Naming cations (+). Use the name of the metal. Example: Na + Sodium ion.

22 Naming Anions(-) Use the name of the nonmetal with the ending –ide. Example: F - Fluoride

23 Ionic Compounds Are made up of: a metal and a nonmetal ion. polyatomic ions.

24 Naming Ionic Compounds, a First Look Example: NaF Sodium Fluoride

25 Example: Which of the following compounds are ionic? 1. NaCl 2. CO 2 3. CO 4. KF 5. KNO 3

26 Some Common Ions

27 Bonding Elements that do not have a complete octet, tend to react. When the elements react bonds are formed.

28 Types of Bonds Ionic Metallic Covalent

29 Ionic Bonds Bonds that are formed by transfer of electrons from one element to the other. Each element (now an ion) will have a complete octet after the transfer of electrons.

30 The Ionic Bond The electrical force of attraction between oppositely charged ions. Na + F−F−

31 Example: Formation of Lithium Fluoride... Li. + : F :  Li + : F - :....

32 Is an Ionic Compound Electrically Neutral or Charged?

33 Movie Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj3o0XvhV qQ&NR=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj3o0XvhV qQ&NR=1

34 Chemical Formula A representation of the kinds and number of atoms in a substance.

35 Formula Unit A chemical formula that shows the lowest whole number ratio of the atoms (ions) in an ionic compound. Example: KCl, Mg Cl 2

36 The formula unit is used because ionic compounds have a lattice arrangement of ions. Ex: NaCl Which ball represents the Na?


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