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2023 Basic Chemistry

Lesson 19 Ionic Bonds

Chemistry-Ionic Bonds -C. 19and the answer is
A force that holds two atoms together is : choose one.....ion...cation......chemical bond chemical bond
a group of symbols used to show the kinds and numbers of atoms in a compouund are called--a ionic bond---a anion----a crystal-----or a chemical formula chemical formula
How many electrons are needed to completely fill the outer energy level of most atoms? Is it 2----or 5------or 7-------or 8? 8
Is a cation a positvely charged ion or a negatively chared ion? POSTIVE
Which structures of an atom take part in a chemical bond? Electrons--Protons----Neutron---or Photons Electons ---Photons are from Star Trek
Where in the periodic table are the elements that tend to form positive ions? Atoms on the left (cations)
Created by: Mr. L