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

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What is electron affinity?How likely an atom is to accept electrons
What is electronegativity?The ability of an atom to attract electrons during chemical reactions.
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?The atom is mostly ionic.
What is a polar covalent bond?A molecule with unequal sharing of electrons.
What are van der Waal forces? The weak attraction forces between covalent bonds.
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?Relatively low melting and boiling points.
What is a dispersion force also known as?Induced dipole.
What is solidity based on?van der Waal forces
What are polar and ionic compounds usually soluble in?Polar substances.
What is polarity determined by?The shape of the molecule.
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?Polar covalent.
If a molecule's electronegativity difference is 0, what is it?Non-polar covalent.
What strength of bonds do covalent bonds have?Strong
What strength of attraction do covalent bonds have?Weak
What do solid covalent bonds arrange themselves in?A crystal lattice
If a molecule's electronegativity difference is bigger than .4, what is it?Mostly covalent
What do most covalent bonds exist as?Gases?
What is a covalent bond?A bond where electrons are shared.
What is an ionic bond?A bond where electrons are given and take.
What is an ion?An atom with a charge.
What is a positively charged particle?Proton
What is a negatively charged particle?Electron