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Warm Up. Give the formula that will result from reacting the following ions: Na + , O 2- Al 3+, Cl - Mg 2+ , N 3- Al 3+ , S 2- Ca + , Br -. Na 2 O sodium oxide AlCl 3 aluminum chloride Mg 3 N 2 magnesium nitride

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Warm up

Warm Up

Give the formula that will result from reacting the

following ions:

Na+, O2-

Al3+, Cl-

Mg2+, N3-

Al3+, S2-

Ca+, Br -

Na2O sodium oxide

AlCl3 aluminum chloride

Mg3N2 magnesium nitride

Al2S3 aluminum sulfide

No such thing as Ca+, can only be 2+ cation

Ionic bonds and compounds

Ionic Bonds and Compounds

Section 7.2

Learning objectives

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how ionic bonds are formed

  • Know that ionic compounds come from cation and anion attraction to each other

  • Get a feel for the structure and properties of ionic solids

Overview of bonding

Overview of Bonding

  • Chemical bond: attractive force holding two or more atoms together.

  • Covalent bond results from sharing electrons between the atoms. Usually found between nonmetals.

  • Ionic bond results from the transfer of electrons from a metal to a nonmetal.

  • Metallic bond: attractive force holding pure metals together.

Ionic bonds

Ionic Bonds

  • An ionic bond is typically formed between a metal and a non-metal. 

  • Metals have low electronegativities (less than 2.0), while non-metals have high electronegativities (above 2.0).

  • Consequently, the non-metal is "stronger" than the metal, and can steal electrons very easily from the metal. 

  • This results in the metal becoming a cation, and the non-metal becoming an anion.

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Ionic Bonds

Ionic bonds2

Ionic Bonds

Ionic bonds3

Ionic Bonds

Ionic bonds are not about sharing electrons rather ….

The more electronegative element (anion to be) simply steals the electron(s) from the more electropositive element (cation to be).

Ionic bonds4

Ionic Bonds

Ionic bonds simple animation

Ionic Bonds-Simple Animation

Sodium Fluoride

Ionic compound structure

Ionic Compound Structure

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Ionic Compound Structure

Ionic compounds

Ionic Compounds

  • Cations and anions are attracted by electrostatic forces to form ionic bonds

  • Bonding occurs to create an electrically neutral ionic compound

  • Chemical formula for ionic compounds called formula unit

Properties of ionic crystals

Properties of Ionic Crystals

  • Most ionic compounds are crystals at room temperature

  • Attraction of + and - ions results in a stable structure = high melting temperature

Ionic vs covalent

Ionic vs. Covalent

Ionic CovalentCompoundsCompounds

  • Crystalline solids

  • High melting and boiling points

  • Conduct electricity when melted

  • Many soluble in water but not in nonpolar liquid

  • Gases, liquids, or solids

  • Low melting and boiling points-moth balls

  • Poorelectrical conductors

  • Many soluble in nonpolar liquids but not in water

Coordination number

Coordination Number

  • Coordination number is the number of ions of opposite charge that surround the ion in a crystal

Pretty ionic solids

Pretty Ionic Solids

CaF2 (fluorite)

HgS (cinnabar)

FeS2 (pyrite)

PbMoO4 (wulfenite)

CaCO3 (aragonite)

TiO2 (rutile)

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