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Pershing Bonds

Pershing Chemical Bonds

What part of the atom can make chemical bonds? Valence electrons
What kind of bond forms when electrons are transferred (given or taken)? ionic bonds
How many valence electrons does Helium need to fill its outermost energy level? 2
What is the charge of a ion that has 14 protons and 10 electrons? + 4
What is a crystal lattice? the name of the 3-dimensional pattern that forms when ions bond
What is the electron cloud? place where electrons are located in an atom
What is the name of the charged particle when when atoms gain or lose electrons? ions
What is most valence electrons that can fill the outermost level of an electron cloud? 8
What do most atoms use to form bonds? valence electrons
What is 2 of any molecule covalently bonded called? diatomic element
What is the charge of an element with 9 protons and 8 electrons? +1
What does the atomic number represent? the number of protons in an atom
Why do noble gases not normally form chemical bonds? their outmost energy level has 8 electrons in it
What is an ionic bond? When electrons are transferred from one atom to another
If an atom gains an electron, what kind of charge does it have? negative
When is a bond Ionic? When a metal and non-metal bond
When is a bond covalent? When 2 non-metals bond
Be able to draw electron dot diagrams
Created by: ellist