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Nativity- Bonding

Chapter 13 - Chemical Bonding

chemical bonding the joining of atoms to form new substances
chemical bond a force of attraction that holds two atoms together
valence electrons the electrons in the outermost energy level of the atom
ions charged particles that form during chemical changes when one or more of the valence electrons transfer from one atom to another
covalent bond the force of attraction between the nuclei of atoms and the electrons shared by the atoms
crystal lattice a repeating three-dimensional pattern of ions
ionic bond the force of attraction between oppsitely charged ions
molecule a neutral group of atoms held together by covalent bonds
metallic bond the force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the electrons in a metal
how many valence electrons are needed to fill the outermost energy level 8 or for helium and hydrogen 2
how can you tell how reactive an element is an element with 8 electrons isn't reactive at all, and an element with 1 valence electron is the most reactive
What are common diatomic molecules the are simple molecules consisting of two atoms bonded together; including oxygen nitrogen and hydrogen
What are the properties of metals? good conductors, malleable, ductile, and shiny
Created by: stmvocab