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100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Bond Types Ionic Compounds Covalent Compounds Polar or Nonpolar Potpourri
This is formed when an atom transfers electrons to another atom Answer I-100
I-200 This type of bond is formed between nitrogen and fluorine Answer
I-300 This type of bond type is formed between atoms that have significantly different attractions for electrons Answer
I-400 This type of bond is formed between two identical atoms Answer
I-500 This is why atoms form bonds with other atoms. Answer
II-100 These type of compounds dissolve easily in water. Answer
II-200 This type of compound has a significantly higher melting point than covalent compounds. Answer
II-300 This is the reason why ionic solids are unable to conduct electricity. Answer
II-400 This is the reason ionic compounds in solution can conduct electricity. Answer
II-500 Of the following four compounds, Cl 2, KI, CO 2, and NH 3,this is an ionic compound that would easily dissociate in water. Answer
III-100 Covalent compounds are typically made of two or more of these bonded together. Answer
III-200 These are two examples of covalent compounds. Answer
III-300 This is what is happening between electrons in a covalent bond. Answer
III-400 This is why covalent compounds are poor conductors of electricity. Answer
III-500 The molecule NH 3 forms this shape. Answer
IV-100 This is the measurement of an atoms ability to attract electrons. Answer
IV-200 This is the most electronegative element. Answer
IV-300 This is the type of bond if the difference in electronegativity of two atoms is greater than 1.8. Answer
IV-400 Of the following bonds, N–O, C–C, B–O, & C–O, this is the one that is predicted to be most polar. Answer
IV-500 Benzene is considered what type of solvent. Answer
V-100 Acetic acid is polar so it will be soluble in this solvent. Answer
V-200 I 2 will be soluble in this solvent. Answer
V-300 This tells whether a bond is polar, nonpolar, or ionic. Answer
V-400 This is a group of covalently bonded atoms that has a charge. Answer
V-500 This is the shape that water forms. Answer
I-100 A What is ionic? Game board
I-200 A What is polar covalent? Game board
I-300 A What is ionic or polar covalent? Game board
I-400 A What is nonpolar covalent? Game board
I-500 A What is to be more stable like a noble gas? Game board
II-100 A What are ionic compounds? Game board
II-200 A What are ionic compounds? Game board
II-300 A What are they are not free to move? Game board
II-400 A What is the ions are free to move? Game board
II-500 A What is KI? Game board
III-100 A What are nonmetals? Game board
III-200 A Answers will vary. What is CO 2 & H 2 0? Game board
III-300 A What is sharing? Game board
III-400 A What is covalent compounds do not have mobile electrons? Game board
III-500 A What is trigonal pyramidal? Game board
IV-100 A What is electronegativity? Game board
IV-200 A What is fluorine? Game board
IV-300 A What is ionic? Game board
IV-400 A What is B – O? (This has the biggest difference in electronegativity) Game board
IV-500 A What is a nonpolar solvent? Game board
V-100 A What is water? Game board
V-200 A What is a nonpolar solvent? Game board
V-300 A What is the difference in electronegativity? Game board
V-400 A What is a polyatomic ion? Game board
V-500 A What is bent? Game board
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