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Ionic compound A compound made up of one or more positive ions (Cation) and one or more Negative non-metal ions (Anions)
Ionic bond The attraction that holds oppositely charged ions together in a compound
LEP Lose Electron and become Positive
GEN Gain Electron and become Negative
Valence Electrons The number of electrons in the outer most atoms in the outer most shell
Valence Shell The number of energy shells an element has/ the outer most shell
Polyatomic ion An ion that Consists of a stable group of several atoms acting together as a single charged particle and are non-metals because they are Anions.
H O F Br I N Cl Hydrogen, Oxygen, Fluorine, Bromine, Iodine, Nitrogen & Chlorine.
Bonding capacity The number of electrons it needs to share in order to complete its valence shell
Synthesis Two reactants combine to make a larger or more complex product. A + B = AB  Fe + O2 = FeO2
Decomposition A large or more complex break down to form two (or more) simpler products; general pattern: AB  A + B
Single Displacement One element replaces the other element of a compound, producing a new compound and a new element.A + BC  AB + C
Double Displacement A reaction that occurs when elements in different compounds displace each other or exchange placed, producing tow new compounds. AB + CD  AD + CB
Combustion A reaction with oxygen that has a product of energy and an oxide.
Combustion of metals Produces and oxide and releases energy
Combustion of Hydrogen Produces water vapor and energy
Combustion of Hydrocarbons Produces water and energy
Combustion of Hydrocarbons (Incomplete) Produces carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbon, water and energy
Neutralization Acid and base neutralizing one another.
Created by: ScienceFussek



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