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Ionic and Covalent

Holt Physical Science Section 2

a bond formed by the attract between obsolete charged ions Ionic Bond
a bond formed by the attraction between positively charged metal ions and the electrons around them Metallic Bond
a bond formed when atoms share one or more pairs of electrons Covalent Bond
a ion more made up of two or more atoms Polyatomic Bonds
A bond forms when Two atoms are joined together
Atoms bond when their ________ _________ interact Valence Electrons
True or False: Bond atoms have an unstable electron configuration Fales : Bonded atoms have a "stable" electron configuration
True of False : Bonds can bend without breaking True
A _____ behaves more flexible like strings Bond
Stable electron configurations is the result of a A positive Ion and A negative Ion
One positive ion and one negative ion make up a __________ formula unit
__________ ___________ are in the form of networks not molecules Ionic compounds
How do ionic compounds conduct electricity when melted or dissolved
True of False : Electrons are free to move from atom to atom True
Are metals flexible or unflexible? Flexible
Covalent bonds are often formed between ______ atoms non-metal
Convalent compounds are be made up of what 3 things? Solids, Liquids, or Gases
True of False: Most covalent bonds have high melting points False: No most have low melting points
When electrons are equally attracted to the positive nucleus of a atom this is called Nonpolar covalent bonds
Atom joined by covalent bond share Electrons
Can atoms share more than one pair of electrons? Yes
Are electrons always shared equally in an atom ? No. Electrons are not always equal in an atom
An unequal sharing of electrons forms a polar covalent bond
Bond Energy
Bond Energy
Created by: smurrell