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Atomic Bonding

What is an Atom? The smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.
What is present in an atom? Protons, electrons and Neutrons
How many types of bonding are there? 4
Name the two types of atomic bonding! Ionic Bonding and Covalent bonding
What is Covalent Bonding? It is a chemical bond that involves the addition of electron pairs to other atoms.
What is Ionic Bonding? It is the loss or gain of electrons between two elements to create 2 stable elements
What charge have electrons? Negative
What charge have Protons? Positive
What is the atomic number? It is the number of electrons
What is the atomic mass? it is the total number of protons plus the total number of neutrons expressed in atomic mass units
How many electrons should orbit each shell of a nucleus? first shell = 2 second shell =8 third shell = 10
Created by: seanodonnell