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Bonding

TermDefinition
Ionic Bond formed between metal and non metal ions
in an ionic bond, the ____ donates an electron to the ___ metal cation, nonmetal anion
Covalent Bond formed between two nonmetals
in a covalent bond, electrons are ____ between two _____ shared, nonmetals
heat of sublimation the energy needed to change a solid into a gas
lattice energy the energy needed to form an ionic bond
bond energy the energy needed to break/form a covalent bond
ionization energy the energy needed to form a cation
electron affinity the energy needed to form an anion
Tetrahedral (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 4 bonds, 0 lone pairs
Trigonal pyramid (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 3 bonds, 1 lone pair
V-shaped (Bent) (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 2 bonds, 2 lone pairs
Trigonal planar (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 3 bonds, 0 lone pairs
Linear (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 2 bonds, 0 lone pairs OR 2 bonds, 3 lone pairs
Trigonal bipyramidal (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 5 bonds, 0 lone pairs
See-saw (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 4 bonds, 1 lone pair
T-Shaped (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 3 bonds, 2 lone pairs
Octahedral (name number of bonds, number lone pairs) 6 bonds, 0 lone pairs
Created by: shudonmiller