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Ionic Bonding

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How many valence electrons does oxygen have? 6
How many valence electrons does sodium have? 1
How many valence electrons does chlorine have? 7
How many valence electrons does aluminum have? 3
How many valence electrons does magnesium have? 2
What is a cation? A positive ion
What is an anion? A negative ion
What is the charge of a chlorine ion? -1
What is the charge of an aluminum ion? +3
What is the charge of a potassium ion? +1
What is the charge of a nitrogen ion? -3
Bonds between a metal & non-metal are called ionic bonds
Metals tend to (gain / lose) electrons when they bond? lose
In ionic bonding are the electrons shared or transferred? transferred
Created by: Mr.B on 2011-10-18



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