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BONDING

BONDING

BONDING. WHY ATOMS COMBINE -1. All atoms want a full outer shell Some atoms will lose electrons to empty their shells These become positively charged ions Metal atoms will lose electrons Positive ions are called CATIONS. Why atoms combine - 2. All atoms want a full outer shell

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Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. Ionic Bonding. What is an ionic bond?. A bond formed by the electromagnetic attraction between ions of opposite charge. Ions can be single charges atoms OR groups of atoms that carry a charge (called polyatomic ions ) Formed between an metal and a nonmetal. Oxidation State.

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Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. What are ionic bonds, and how are they formed?. Computer Lab: Ionic Bonds. Go to http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/asset/lsps07_int_ionicbonding/ Read each screen and follow the directions where appropriate. Answer the questions on the screens in your packet.

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Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. p. 97-106. chemical bond : interaction between atoms or ions decreases the potential energy of an atom; makes it more stable only the valence electrons are involved!. Three Types of Bonds. Bond type depends on electronegativity (electron affinity)

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Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. Forces that hold molecules together. Learning Goals. Students will: Understand how ionic and covalent bonds form (review) Understand electronegativity and polar covalent bonding Lewis dot diagrams and Lewis structures

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Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. Electron Configuration. Remember that electron configuration refers to the arrangement of electrons in the orbital of an atom!. We will study . . . Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding Metallic Bonding. occurs between a metal and a nonmetal. Three Types.

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Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. Two or more atoms join together to form a stable group. There are several types of forces (BONDS) which hold the atoms together in these groups. IONIC (ionic compounds) COVALENT (molecular compounds) METALLIC (pure elements or homogeneous mixtures)

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Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. An attraction between anions and cations. Stronger than covalent bonds. Commonly called salts. Ionic Bonds. Coulomb’s Law. The strength of an ionic bond can be determined by 2 factors: The charge of the ions, the higher the numerical charge value the stronger the attraction.

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Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. 8 out of 75 M/C Questions Free Response—Every year. In General:. All bonds occur because of electrostatic attractions. Formation of molecules and the state of matter of a substance depends on the attractions between electron clouds of one atom and nucleus of another atom.

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