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Science(Chemical bonding)

How does ionic bonding occur? When one atom loses electrons and another gains electrons
How does covalent bonding occur? When atoms share electrons
What is an ionic bond? The force of attraction between oppositely charged ions in a compound
What is an ion? A charged atom or group of atoms
What happens when an element loses an atom? It becomes positively charged
What happens when an element gains an atom? It becomes negatively charged
Give an example of where ionic bonding occurs Magnesium and oxygen = magnesium oxide
Give an example of where covalent bonding occurs Hydrogen and oxygen = (H20)water molecule
Give three properties of ionic compounds High melting points,soluble in water and conduct electricity when molten or dissolved in water
Give three properties of covalent bonding Low melting and boiling points,insoluble in water and do not conduct electricity
Created by: Chimozukee