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bond formed by the giving orIonic Bond bond formed by the giving or taking of electrons
Properties of Ionic CompoundsFormed from a metal and a non metal Most are soluble in water Form crystalline lattices
bond formed by the SharingCovalent Bond bond formed by the Sharing of electrons
Properties of Covalent CompoundsFormed by two nonmetals Solubility varies The strongest bond
Polarity Slight charge differences in a molecule due to atoms having different electronegativity
The attraction an atom has for a pair of shared electronsElectronegativity The attraction an atom has for a pair of shared electrons
II. Kinds of Chemical Bonds (p )
Chemical Bonds Chemically combining of two or more atoms Covalent Bonds Ionic Bonds.
The Chemistry Of Dirt. What is Dirt Made OF? So, How do atoms Hook Together to make compounds and minerals and stuff like dirt? …… Well, I’m Glad you.
Ions Ion – Charged Atom Cation - positive charged atom Anion negative charged atom Charge equals the A group number.
Physical Science 1000 Bonding. Counting Electrons Total Electrons and Valence Electrons Valence Electrons – number of electrons in the outer shell of.
Properties of Bonds Polarity Bond Order Bond Length Bond Energy.
Chapter 4, Section 2 Covalent Bonds
Covalent Bonds. Form when two or more non-metal atoms SHARE electrons. There is no transfer of electrons.
Ionic Compounds Ionic Compounds (SALTS) formed by transferring electrons (giving/taking) occurs between a metal and a non-metal have an electro negativity.
Section 3 ~ Covalent Bonds
Chemical Bonding ©2011 University of Illinois Board of Trustees
Inorganic Chemistry – Chemical Bonding. Chemical Bonding (1). When two or more atoms react --- chemical bond – Valence electrons – Form Ionic 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.
Chemical Bonding. Chemical Bond The forces that hold groups of atoms together and make them function as a unit Bonding involves only the valence electrons.
Characteristics of Chemical Bonds Notes Types of Chemical Bonds A bond is a force that holds groups of two or more atoms together and makes them.
Crash Course in Chemistry
A covalent bond is formed when two atoms share electrons. Covalent bonds usually form between two or more nonmetals. CO A molecule is a neutral.
NOTES Ionic vs. Molecular Compounds. AKA Salts Formula units Molecular compounds Molecules IONIC / IONIC COVALENT / MOLECULAR.
Section 12.1 Characteristics of Chemical Bonds 1.To understand the nature of bonds and their relationship to electronegativity 2.To understand bond polarity.
In covalent bonding, the two electrons shared by the atoms are attracted to the nucleus of both atoms. Neither atom completely loses or gains electrons.
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