Conductivity. Yes. No. In the molten or aqueous phase. In the solid phase. Ionic Solids Characteristics. Formed from a bond between a metal and nonmetal. Ionic Solids. Strong Electrostatic Attractions. Rigid crystalline structure. Relatively High
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phaseIonic Solids Characteristics
H#5 Which electron-dot diagram represents H2?
Both hydrogen’s will equally share their valence electron
|0.9 – 3.0| = 2.1
|0.8 – 4.0| = 3.2
|1.6 – 3.2| = 1.6
|1.0 – 2.7| = 1.7
The subscript of 2 on the hydroxide came from the charge on the metal (M).
So the Metal (M) must be from Group 2 because of its +2 oxidation state!
#16) Element X has an electron configuration of difference in electronegativity?2-8-3. This element will combine with the phosphate ion to form a compound with the formula
3 Valence e-’s means that is will have an oxidation state of +3
From Table E: phosphate has a -3
H difference in electronegativity?
H2 is nonpolar and H2O is polar, like dissolves like, therefore H2 will not dissolve in H2O.
c. H-Cl is polar, water is polar; like dissolves like
b. N2 is very stable, unreactive because of triple bond (a lot of energy was released when this bond was formed).