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The bond that forms the compound KCl.
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The bond that forms the compound KCl.
What is ionic?
The bond between carbon and oxygen.
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The bond between carbon and oxygen.
What is polar covalent?
The bond that forms nitrogen gas?
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The bond that forms nitrogen gas?
What is nonpolar covalent?
The bond that forms sulfur dioxide gas.
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The bond that forms sulfur dioxide gas.
What is nonpolar covalent?
The type of bond that forms sodium sulfate.
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The type of bond that forms sodium sulfate.
What is Ionic?
These are outer shell electrons that are responsible for reactivity.
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These are outer shell electrons that are responsible for reactivity.
What are valence electrons?
The principle stating that atoms tend to form compounds by obtaining 8 outshell electrons.
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The principle stating that atoms tend to form compounds by obtaining 8 outshell electrons.
What is the Octet Rule?
The measurement of the attraction or pull an atom has for electrons is called this.
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The measurement of the attraction or pull an atom has for electrons is called this.
What is electronegativity?
The name of the bond in which two atoms share four (4) electrons.
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The name of the bond in which two atoms share four (4) electrons.
What is a double bond?
These groups of elements are more likely to share electrons that other on the periodic chart.
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These groups of elements are more likely to share electrons that other on the periodic chart.
What are non-metals?
Covalent bonds occuring when atoms do this.
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Covalent bonds occuring when atoms do this.
What is share electrons?
Name this type of bond.
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Name this type of bond.
What is a double bond?
Name an element that can have single, double and triple bonds.
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Name an element that can have single, double and triple bonds.
What is: C, Si, N, P ?
An unequal attraction or sharing of electrons results in this type of covalent bond.
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An unequal attraction or sharing of electrons results in this type of covalent bond.
What is nonpolar?
The units of compounds formed by covalent bonds are called this.
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The units of compounds formed by covalent bonds are called this.
What are molecules?
An atom that has gained an electron in an ionic bond is called this.
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An atom that has gained an electron in an ionic bond is called this.
What is a anion?
Most ionic bonds are organized into these.
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Most ionic bonds are organized into these.
What are crystals?
Name two characteristics of an ionic substance.
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Name two characteristics of an ionic substance.
Solid (crystals), brittle, high melting point, dissolve in water
A group of charged atoms that are covalently bonded together are called this.
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A group of charged atoms that are covalently bonded together are called this.
What are polyatomic ions?
Ionic compounds typically contain what type of element.
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Ionic compounds typically contain what type of element.
What are metals?
The electron sea represents this type of bonding.
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The electron sea represents this type of bonding.
What is metallic bonding?
Compounds that are liquides and easily vaporize at room temperature are formed by this type of bond.
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Compounds that are liquides and easily vaporize at room temperature are formed by this type of bond.
What are covalent bonds?
Give one element that would likely bond WITH an anion.
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Give one element that would likely bond WITH an anion.
What is : any metal?
This measurement is an indicator of how strong an ionic bond is.
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This measurement is an indicator of how strong an ionic bond is.
What is lattice energy?
In order to draw a Lewis structure of a compound one must know this.
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In order to draw a Lewis structure of a compound one must know this.
The elements and the number of valence electrons.
Draw the Lewis Structure for the nitrate ion.
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Draw the Lewis Structure for the nitrate ion.




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