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When a conductor is placed between the two terminals current flows and the bulb lights up +- Plugged into a wall outlet. filament Two terminals 100 watt bulb
A 15 watt bulb
Properties of metals 1. they allow electrons to easily move through them so they conduct electricity and heat 2. they are malleable and ductile 3. they are lustrous
+ ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + - ---- - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AgCl
Sugar is molecular C 12 H 22 O 11
Distilled water H2OH2O
Why does tap water conduct a little?
One conducts but the other doesnt! Which one conducts in water?
Click here for next page. Salt or Sugar?
Click here for next page Salt or Sugar?
Click here for next page What happens if we melt AgCl?
Charges would have to be separated and be made free to move.
Can show by charging up a van der graaf generator and discharging with a flame or a very high voltage…both ionize the air.
Distilled water Tap water Salt NOT in water Salt dissolved in water Sugar dissolved in water Copper sulfate in water Ethanol Sodium carbonate Sodium carbonate.
Chemical Bonding-Focus on Metallic Bonds! Bonding: Ionic, Metallic, & Covalent.
Electricity is caused by the flow (or net movement) of Electrons Electric Current – the rate that positive charges flow in a circuit › Actually a.
Electricity. Conductors and Insulators Conductors are materials that allow electricity to flow easily Examples: metal, water, air and some chemicals Insulators.
Atoms and Elements Pages E40- E43. Atom Define: Parts of an atom: The basic unit of matter Nucleus - Center Protons - positive Neurons - neutral Electrons.
Electrical Conductivity How and Why. To conduct electricity you need: Charged particles that are free to move Electrons and ions are charged particles.
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Electrical Potential (Voltage) Answers (Page 303) 1.a) Why is it necessary for the electrons to move continuously around the circuit? b) From which terminal.
Bonding Types & Properties Formative. What type of bond and what type of electron interaction occurred in the compound CaCl 2 ? 1.Ionic – Transferred.
II. Kinds of Chemical Bonds (p )
Unit 12 Conduction in Liquids and Gases. Objectives: Define positive and negative ions. Discuss electrical conduction in gases. Discuss electrical conduction.
Warm Up Remember back … way back when you were a little kid …. when did you first learn or how did you learn that electricity and your body don’t mix???
Chemical Bonding Topic 5 Chemical Bonding Metallic Metal atoms only Ionic Metal + nonmetal atoms Covalent Nonmetal + nonmetal atoms Polar covalent Nonpolar.
Metals, Nonmetals, Metalloids. Metals Solid (except for mercury, a liquid) Shiny/Metallic Luster Good conductors of thermal energy (heat) & electricity.
Ionic Bonds Keeping Molecules together!. Some basics about the ion… Ion (EYE-ahn) An atom, or a group of atoms, that carry an electric charge Forms when.
CHAPTER 1 ELECTRICITY. The amount of charge flowing past a point in a given time CURRENT.
Unit 3 Lesson 4 Ionic, Covalent, and Metallic Bonding Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
CHAPTER Static Electricity ElectricityCircuits Measurements & Units Do the Math 600.
METALS What are Metals? Metals are elements which have the following Physical Properties: -Shininess -Malleability - Can be pounded into shapes -Hardness.
Properties of Ionic, Covalent, and Metallic Compounds Matt Sherry.
Conductivity Lab. Warm Up 1. Why is it not a good idea to take a hair dryer into the bathtub? EQ: What is the difference between an ionic compound and.
Init 3/1/2011 by Daniel Raymond Barnes. ... explain how salt dissolves in water... explain why some materials conduct electricity and others don’t....
Foldable 3 Flaps Labels: Ionic Bonds, Covalent Bonds, Metallic Bonds Inside each flap: * Definition of the bond * Picture example * Properties of the compound.
Complete Quiz You have 10 minutes to complete the quiz The Quiz is Open-Book (use it) Get help from your neighbor.
Measuring Electricity. Electric Potential – the electrical energy that an electron possesses. Electric current is a measure of the rate at which the electric.
Elements can be divided into metals non-metals Aluminium is a typical metal Chlorine is a gas at room temperature and pressure.
BONDING. Bonds Between Atoms Covalent Ionic Molecules Network Metallic.
Bond, Chemical Bond CPS Chemistry Part 1. What is bond? A chemical bond is an attractive force between atoms that connects them together. This attractive.
Periodic Table 9/10/14. Two sections Metals: left side Nonmetals right side.
Types of Solids Intra V Inter. Intramolecular Type of bonding within the molecule Covalent Ionic Metallic Covalent Simple molecular solids with different.
Why do elements in the same group/family have similar properties?
Key Vocabulary Ion – is a positively or negatively charged atom. Static Charge – this is an imbalance of electric charge on an object. Electric Force.
What we will do today State what is meant by electric current. State the difference between conductors and insulators. State how we measure electric current.
Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids. METALS Most elements are metals 88 elements to the left of the stairstep line are metals or metal-like elements.
Properties of Metal, Nonmetals, and Metalloids. Metals versus Nonmetals Differences between metals and nonmetals tend to revolve around these properties.
Ionic and Covalent Compounds. How many valence electrons do atoms need in the highest energy level to be stable? 8.
The Periodic Table How the periodic table is put together.
Chapters 5/6 Chemical Bonding. 2 Types of bonds A + BA:B Shared Pair Covalent A + :B - Ionic..
Summary of ionic compounds 1. Electrically neutral –The net charge of the compound is zero 2. Formed from Cation(s) & Anion(s) –Electrons are given away.
What is Chemistry? SIMPLY PUT, IT’S THE STUDY OF THE COMPOSITION, PROPERTIES AND BEHAVIOUR OF MATTER.
Page 77 Strength of Chemical Bonds Tuesday – Polyatomic Quiz -1’s Wednesday – Polyatomic Quiz Mixed *** Thursday – Polyatomic Quiz Mixed 2 Friday – Polyatomic.
Properties of the Elements. What are elements? Elements are… Pure substances made of one type of atom.
Metals are usually… A silver-gray color Solid at room temperature Reflect light when polished (lusterous) Can be easily shaped (malleable)
Metallic Bonds Section 8.4 Sea of Electrons –Metal atoms contribute their valence e- Delocalized Electrons –E- are free to move throughout the solid b/c.
Metallic Bonding 7.3. Electron Sea Model The electron sea model proposes that all the metal atoms in a metallic solid contribute their valence electrons.
Friday 11/6 Day 1 Science Starters Sheet 1. Please have these Items on your desk. Agenda 2- Fill out your Agenda. 3.Science Starter 1.What does the periodic.
Definition of physics the science of matter and energy and their interactions.
Electric Charges and Currents. Atoms and Electricity All matter is made up of atoms All matter is made up of atoms Parts of the atom Parts of the atom.
Unit 7: Reactions in Solution
Metallic Bonds and Intramolecular Forces. Metallic Bond Bond that exists between metal atoms Alloy – two or more different metal atoms bonded together.
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