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Atom smallest of matter that has the same proprties as the element it is in.
Element the simplest forms of matter that contain only one type of atom.
Valence Electron the electron in the outer level of the atom that causes atoms to bond together.
Chemical Bonding an interaction that holds 2 or more atoms together.
Ionic Bond is fromed when valence electrons are transferred from on atoms to anotther atom.
Ion charged particel that forms when atoms gain or lose electrons.
Crystal Lattice is the repeating 3 dimensional pattern that forms when ions bond...like a cage
Covalent Bonds the type of bond that forms when atoms share electrons instead of transferring them.
Metaility Bond a special between metal ions and the electrons that swim around them.
Malleability metals can be pounded into thin sheets-like aluminum foil.
Electron Dot Diagram an easy way to show the valence electrons in an atom or chemical bonds.
Created by: lilttle