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By : Taylor Giesken & Erin Canze
Definition * A bond where one or more atoms from one atom remove themselves and attach to another one. Resulting in positive and negative ions that attract eachother.
An example of an ionic bond would be sodium chloride.
Formation of Ionic Bonds Ionic bonds form when electrons are transferred from one atom to another.
Ionic bonds can also be called electrovalent bonds. Ionic bonds is the force that holds cations and anions together. More Info
What is Lattice Energy? It’s the measure of strength of the bonds in an Ionic Compound!
- Elements in ionic bonds that do not have a full set of valance electrons react. - When they react their electron configuration is similar of those of noble gases.
Ionic Bonds vs. Covalent Bonds In ionic bonds, bonds are held together by the attraction between oppositely charged ions. In covalent bonds, bonds are held together by shared electrons.
Covalent Bond and Ionic Bonds
List of Ionic Bonds Table Salt (NaCl) Calcium Chloride (CaCl) Magnesium Oxide (MgO) Potassium Bromide (KBr)
Ionic bonds are always formed by a cation and an anion.
Important Information Ionic bonds are always neutral, they have no charge. They always transfer electrons rather than share them.
How to find the electron configuration in an ionic bond. Use the periodic table to find the number of valance electrons. Understand the formation of cations from metals and anions from non metals.
Ionic compounds are held together by ionic bonds. More Information
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