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Unit 5 Exam Review
Potpourri Lewis Dots Properties of Bonding IMA Metallic Bonding Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding VSEPR 100 200 300400500100 200 300400500100 200 300400500100 200 300400500100500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100 Covalent Bonding 100 200 Covalent Bonding 100300 200 Covalent Bonding 100400300 200 Covalent Bonding 100 Covalent Bonding Final
Covalent Bonding Question 100 The type of compound that is formed by a covalent bond Answer
Covalent Bonding Question 200 Happens to the electrons in covalent bonding Answer
Covalent Bonding Question 300 Covalent bonds form between Answer
Covalent Bonding Question 400 A way to represent or draw molecular compounds Answer
Covalent Bonding Question 500 Two ways of describing covalent bonds Answer
Covalent Bonding Answer 100 What is a molecular compound or molecule? Home
Covalent Bonding Answer 200 What is sharing of electrons? Home
Covalent Bonding Answer 300 What are two nonmetals? Home
Covalent Bonding Answer 400 What are Lewis Electron Dot Structures? Home
Covalent Bonding Answer 500 What are shapes and polarity? Home
VSEPR Question 100 The shape of water (H 2 0) –Why? Answer
VSEPR Question 200 Linear (2 ways) Answer
VSEPR Question 300 Trigonal Pyramidal Components Answer
VSEPR Question 400 The shape of BF 3 Answer
VSEPR Question 500 Components of a tetrahedral Answer
VSEPR Answer 100 What is bent? –The two lone pairs repel the bonds. Home
VSEPR Answer 200 What is between two atoms or two covalent bonds with no lone pairs on the central atom? Home
VSEPR Answer 300 What are three covalent bonds and one lone pair on the central atom? Home
VSEPR Answer 400 What is trigonal planar? Home
VSEPR Answer 500 What are four covalent bonds and no lone pairs on a central atom? Home
Ionic Bonding Question 100 The type of compound that is formed by an ionic bond Answer
Ionic Bonding Question 200 Happens to the electrons in ionic bonding Answer
Ionic Bonding Question 300 Ionic bonds form between Answer
Ionic Bonding Question 400 Metals Answer
Ionic Bonding Question 500 Nonmetals Answer
Ionic Bonding Answer 100 What is a formula unit? Home
Ionic Bonding Answer 200 What is a complete transfer of electrons? Home
Ionic Bonding Answer 300 What is a metal and nonmetal? Home
Ionic Bonding Answer 400 What are lose electrons to become a cation? Home
Ionic Bonding Answer 500 What are gains electrons to become anions? Home
Metallic Bonding Question 100 The model of metallic bonding Answer
Metallic Bonding Question 200 The ability to be hammered into thin sheets Answer
Metallic Bonding Question 300 Ductility Answer
Metallic Bonding Question 400 Allows for Conductivity Answer
Metallic Bonding Question 500 Similar to (IMA)… Answer
Metallic Bonding Answer 100 What is the sea of moving electrons? Home
Metallic Bonding Answer 200 What is malleability? Home
Metallic Bonding Answer 300 What is the ability to be drawn into a thin wire? Home
Metallic Bonding Answer 400 What is the sea of electrons? Home
Metallic Bonding Answer 500 What are dispersion forces? Home
Intermolecular Forces Question 100 Also known as… Attraction between… Answer
Intermolecular Forces Question 200 Partial + charge of Hydrogen to partial – charge of another molecule Answer
Intermolecular Forces Question 300 Dispersion Forces Answer
Intermolecular Forces Question 400 Dipole Interactions Answer
Intermolecular Forces Question 500 Ranking of IMA (increasing to decreasing) Answer
Intermolecular Forces Answer 100 What are van der Waal Forces? What are molecules? Home
Intermolecular Forces Answer 200 What is Hydrogen Bonding? Home
Intermolecular Forces Answer 300 What is between two nonpolar molecules? Home
Intermolecular Forces Answer 400 What is between the partial – and partial + of two molecules which are not Hydrogen? Home
Intermolecular Forces Answer 500 What are Hydrogen, Dipole, Dispersion? Home
Properties of Bonding Question 100 High Melting Points Answer
Properties of Bonding Question 200 3 Physical Phases Answer
Properties of Bonding Question 300 Low Melting or Boiling Points Answer
Properties of Bonding Question 400 Solids at Room Temperature Answer
Properties of Bonding Question 500 Conducts Electricity Answer
Properties of Bonding Answer 100 What is Ionic? Home
Properties of Bonding Answer 200 What is covalent? Home
Properties of Bonding Answer 300 What is covalent? Home
Properties of Bonding Answer 400 What is Ionic? Home
Properties of Bonding Answer 500 What is Ionic? Home
Lewis Dot Question 100 Draw a Oxygen atom Answer
Lewis Dot Question 200 Draw a Sodium Ion Answer
Lewis Dot Question 300 Draw a Chlorine Ion Answer
Lewis Dot Question 400 Draw PCl 5 Answer
Lewis Dot Question 500 Draw SO 4 2- Answer
Lewis Dot Answer 100 Home
Lewis Dot Answer 200 Home
Lewis Dot Answer 300 Home
Lewis Dot Answer 400 Home
Lewis Dot Answer 500 Home
Potpourri Question 100 Importance of valence electrons Answer
Potpourri Question 200 Octet Rule Answer
Potpourri Question 300 Answer
Potpourri Question 400 Answer
Potpourri Question 500 The ability to draw two different structures of the same compound. Answer
Potpourri Answer 100 What is allows for bonding and properties? Home
Potpourri Answer 200 What is the tendency to obtain eight valence electrons? Home
Potpourri Answer 300 What is a nonpolar molecule? Home
Potpourri Answer 400 What is a polar molecule? Home
Potpourri Answer 500 What is resonance? Home
DAILY DOUBLE Question
DAILY DOUBLE Question
Final Jeopardy Question Draw the Lewis Dot Structure and describe: C 3 H 8 CH 4 O Answer
Final Jeopardy Answer Home Covalent Bonds 2 nonpolar bonds 8 polar bonds No lone pairs Nonpolar molecule Complex Covalent Bonds 0 nonpolar bonds 5 polar bonds 2 lone pairs Polar molecule Complex
Chapter 6: Bonding… Chemical Bonding Describe covalent, ionic and metallic bonds Classify bond type by electronegative difference Explain why atoms.
HONORS REVIEW. What are valence electrons? What are valence electrons Electrons in the outermost energy level.
CHEMICAL BONDS Chemical Bond Mutual electrical attraction between the nuclei and valence electrons of different atoms that binds the atoms together.
Chapter 15 & 16 Review. _______________ is the ability of a metal to be drawn into wires. _______________ is the ability of a metal to be drawn into wires.
CHAPTER 7 & 8 BONDING. Valence Electrons – the outer most electrons that are involved in bonding Ex. Ion – an atom or group of atoms that has a positive.
Chemical Bonding Objectives: 1.describe the nature of a chemical bond and its relationship to valence electrons 2.compare ionic and covalent bonding 3.use.
Chemical Bonding. Chemical Bonds Compound are formed from chemically bound atoms or ions Bonding only involves the valence electrons.
VSEPR Theory: Molecular Shapes Most shapes are based on a __________________. Examples: CH 4 CCl 4 Removing the top of the tetrahedral makes the ________________.
Created by C. Ippolito Dec 2006 Chemical Bonding Objectives: 1.describe the nature of a chemical bond and its relationship to valence electrons 2.compare.
Ch Chemical Bonding Covalent Bonds ____________ electrons between two atoms in order to fill the outer energy level (or shell) Each bond involves.
A. Ionic Bonding 1. attraction between large numbers of (+) ions and (-) ions 2. results when there is large electronegativity differences 3. generally.
Unit 9 Bonding Test Wed. 2/17. Why do atoms form bonds? to have the most stable electron configuration for its electrons to achieve a lower, more stable,
Ionic and Metallic Bonding Chapter 7. WHAT IS AN ION? An atom or groups of atoms that has a positive or negative charge.
BELLRINGER Explain in complete sentences the difference between polar molecules.
Crux of the Matter Unit 4 Chapters 7 and 8. Ionic Compounds A transfer of electrons creates a strong bond Occurs between a metal and a nonmetal or a metal.
Chemical BONDING. Chemical Bond A bond results from the attraction of nuclei for electrons –All atoms trying to achieve a stable octet IN OTHER WORDS.
Forces that hold atoms together. There are several major types of bonds. Ionic, covalent and metallic bonds are the three most common types of bonds.
Section 12.1 Characteristics of Chemical Bonds 1.To learn about ionic and covalent bonds and explain how they are formed 2.To learn about the polar covalent.
What does VSEPR stand for? List the five different shapes of molecules. Predict the shape of the following: H 2 S O 2 CCl 4 Warm Up.
The Chemical Bond. Chemical Bonds Are the forces that hold atoms together to form compounds Bond energy – the amount of energy needed to break a bond.
Chemical Bonds. Forming Chemical Bonds The force that holds two atoms together is called a chemical bond. The valence electrons are the electrons.
I Chemical Bonding. Chemical Bond attractive force between atoms or ions that binds them together as a unit bonds form in order to… decrease potential.
PAP Chapter 6 CHEMICAL BONDING Cocaine. Chemical Bonding A chemical bond is a mutual electrical attraction between the nuclei and valence electrons.
CHEMICAL BONDING IONIC BONDS COVALENT BONDS HYDROGEN BONDS METALLIC BONDS.
BONDING AND VSEPR THEORY STRUCTURES OF SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS Intermolecular Attractions.
Types of Chemical Bonds Notes Write everything in green font.
Shapes and Polarity Vocabulary VSEPR model Linear Trigonal planar Tetrahedral Trigonal pyramidal Bent Trigonal bipyramidal Octahedral Polarity Non-polar.
Pre AP Chemistry Chapter 6 “Chemical Bonding”. Introduction to Chemical Bonding Chemical bond – a mutual electrical attraction between the nuclei and.
Covalent Bonding Covalent Bonding and Covalent Nomenclature.
Bonding Test Review Answer the following questions as we go through the review.
Drawing covalent bonds Draw the following covalent compounds in your notebooks now: NH3 CH4 CO2 Draw the following covalent compounds in your notebooks.
Chemical Bonding A mutual electrical attraction between the nuclei and valence electrons of different atoms that binds the atoms together. Atoms combine.
Chemical Bonds: The Formation of Compounds From Atoms Chapter 11 Outline I.Periodic Trends A.Atomic Radius B.Metallic Character C.Ionization Energy D.Ionic.
Unit 6: Chemical Bonding Refer to Ch. 8 & 9 for supplemental reading.
BONDING Chapter 6. C HEMICAL B ONDING Chemical bond – mutual electrical attraction between the nuclei and valence electrons of different atoms that bind.
Bonding. Chemical Bonding Types 1)Ionic 2)Covalent Polar Nonpolar 3)Metallic.
Ch. 12 Notes---Covalent Bonds Covalent Bonds ____________ electrons between two atoms in order to fill the outer energy level (or shell) Each bond involves.
Chemical Compounds and Bonding Ionic compounds ionic bond steal (transfer) electrons Molecules covalent bond share electrons.
Ch. 8 Covalent Bonding Pre AP Chemistry. I. Molecular Compounds A. Molecules & Molecular Formulas 1. Another way that atoms can combine is by sharing.
Chemical Bonding Chapter 6 Sections 1, 2, and 5. Chemical Bonds A chemical bond is the mutual electrical attraction between the nuclei and valence electrons.
CHEMICAL BONDING COVALENT BONDS IONIC BONDS METALLIC BONDS.
Unit 7: Bonding NaCl N2N2 Overview Chemical bonds provide the glue that hold compounds together… In this unit you will learn: The different types of.
Unit 04 Chemical Bonding. Valence e - – Valence e - - e - in the highest occupied energy level of an element’s atom – Same as group # for groups 1 & 2.
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Polarity Chapter 6.1. Review A covalent bond is formed between two non-metals. Electrons are shared. Orbitals are overlapping.
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