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One property of most ionic compounds is they have What is crystalline structure, high melting points, high boiling points? Back to you Alex
The magic number of electrons in chemistry is What is 8? Back to you Alex
The dot diagram for Nitrogen is What is? Back to you Alex
On the periodic table, a column of elements is called this. What is a group or family? Back to you Alex
These nonmetals have 7 electrons in their outer level. What is halogens? Back to you Alex
Chlorine is in Group 17. The dot diagram is What is? Back to you Alex
Noble gases do not react with other elements for this reason? What is they are already have 8 valence electrons ? Back to you Alex
Lewis electron dot diagrams show these kinds of electrons. What are valence electrons? Back to you Alex
This is what valence electrons are. What are outer energy level electrons involved in bonding? Back to you Alex
Metals tend to ________electrons. What is lose? Back to you Alex
Nonmetals tend to ________electrons. What is gain? Back to you Alex
Covalent bonds are _______conductors. What is poor? Back to you Alex
Groups 3-12 are commonly referred to as these. What are transition metals? Back to you Alex
The dot diagram for Calcium is What is? Back to you Alex
Metals form (+ or -) ions. What is positive? Back to you Alex
Period 3, group 15. What is phosphorus? Back to you Alex
Atoms bond because What is they need 8 electrons in their outer level to be stable? Back to you Alex
Nonmetals form (+ or -) ions. What is negative? Back to you Alex
An element that has lost 3 electrons has a charge of ___. What is 3 +? Back to you Alex
Chlorine has 17 electrons. If it gains 1 electron, the charge is. What is 1-? Back to you Alex
The dot diagram for Neon is What is? Back to you Alex
A charged atom is called an/a____. What is an ion? Back to you Alex
On the periodic table, a row of elements is called this. What is a period? Back to you Alex
Bonds that form from the transfer of electrons from a metal to a nonmetal are ________. What is ionic? Back to you Alex
Bonds formed from the sharing of electrons are _________. What is covalent? Back to you Alex
This family has 2 valence electrons and are NOT transition metals. What are alkaline earth metals? Back to you Alex
This family is the most reactive metals with only 1 valence electron. What are the alkali metals? Back to you Alex
The dot diagram for Boron is ___. What is? Back to you Alex
The purpose of dot diagrams to ____________. What is predict bonding? Back to you Alex
Sodium has 11 electrons. If it loses one electron, its charge becomes ____. What is + ? Back to you Alex
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