Unit 3 Study Guide. Ionic – between metal and nonmetal and transfers electrons Covalent – between two nonmetals and shared electrons. It fulfills the octet rule. All elements with 8 outer electrons. In an ionic bond, metals lose electrons while nonmetals gain electrons.
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When an atom loses electrons, it becomes a positive charge ion which is called a cation
Name each ionic compound containing polyatomic ions. ( Metal name + Polyatomic ion name or Polyatomic ion name + Polyatomic ion name or Polyatomic ion name + Nonmetal name)
What do subscripts tell you in a chemical formula? How many of each atom there is in a chemical formula
What does the law of conservation of matter state? Why is it important for a chemical reaction to be balanced?
What doe each of these letters mean after a compound in a chemical equation?