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What is electron affinity?
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What is electron affinity?
How likely an atom is to accept electrons
What is electronegativity?
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What is electronegativity?
The ability of an atom to attract electrons during chemical reactions.
What is the electronegativity trend?
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What is the electronegativity trend?
Decreasing down the family, increasing from left to right along the periods.
What is an element with an electronegativity difference smaller than 1.7?
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What is an element with an electronegativity difference smaller than 1.7?
The atom is mostly ionic.
What is a polar covalent bond?
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What is a polar covalent bond?
A molecule with unequal sharing of electrons.
What are van der Waal forces?
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What are van der Waal forces?
The weak attraction forces between covalent bonds.
What is a dipole-dipole force?
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What is a dipole-dipole force?
The force between the positive and negative ends of two polar molecule.
What do the weak attraction forces result in?
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What do the weak attraction forces result in?
Relatively low melting and boiling points.
What is a dispersion force also known as?
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What is a dispersion force also known as?
Induced dipole.
What is solidity based on?
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What is solidity based on?
van der Waal forces
What are polar and ionic compounds usually soluble in?
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What are polar and ionic compounds usually soluble in?
Polar substances.
What is polarity determined by?
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What is polarity determined by?
The shape of the molecule.
What are the only substance non-polar compounds are soluble in?
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What are the only substance non-polar compounds are soluble in?
Non-polar substances.
If an molecule's electronegativity difference is between .4 and 1.7, what is it?
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If an molecule's electronegativity difference is between .4 and 1.7, what is it?
Polar covalent.
If a molecule's electronegativity difference is 0, what is it?
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If a molecule's electronegativity difference is 0, what is it?
Non-polar covalent.
What strength of bonds do covalent bonds have?
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What strength of bonds do covalent bonds have?
Strong
What strength of attraction do covalent bonds have?
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What strength of attraction do covalent bonds have?
Weak
What do solid covalent bonds arrange themselves in?
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What do solid covalent bonds arrange themselves in?
A crystal lattice
If a molecule's electronegativity difference is bigger than .4, what is it?
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If a molecule's electronegativity difference is bigger than .4, what is it?
Mostly covalent
What do most covalent bonds exist as?
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What do most covalent bonds exist as?
Gases?
What is a covalent bond?
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What is a covalent bond?
A bond where electrons are shared.
What is an ionic bond?
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What is an ionic bond?
A bond where electrons are given and take.
What is an ion?
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What is an ion?
An atom with a charge.
What is a positively charged particle?
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What is a positively charged particle?
Proton
What is a negatively charged particle?
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What is a negatively charged particle?
Electron
What is the formula for mass number?
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What is the formula for mass number?
Protons + Neutrons




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