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BJU Physical Sci. 18

BJU Physical Science - Ch 18

A chemical bond formed by atoms sharing electrons, usually nonmetals. covalent bond
A compound consisting of covalently bonded nonmetal atoms. covalent compound
The measure of how strongly an atom holds its electrons when bonded to other atoms. electronegativity
The smallest ratio of elements in an ionic compound that describes its composition; the molecular formula of a covalent compound. formula unit
A chemical bond between atoms with very different electronegativities due to the nearly complete transfer of one or more electrons to the anion. ionic bond
A compound consisting of ionically bonded metal and nonmetal ions. Molecules are not formed instead ions are arranged in a crystal lattice. ionic compound
A way of showing the covalent bonds and arrangement of a molecule using electron dot notation. Lewis structure
A chemical bond in which metal atoms are thought to freely share their valence electrons. metallic bond
The principle that atoms are generally most stable when they have a full set of electrons in their outer energy level. octet rule
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