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Chapter 6 PS

TermDefinition
bond angle angle formed by 2 bonds connected to the same atom
bond length distance between the 2 nuclei of bonded atoms
ionic bond form between oppositely charged ions
covalent bond forms when electrons are shared between 2 atoms
metallic bond strong attraction forces between metals
polyatomic ion some ions are made of groups of atoms that are covalently bonded
empirical formula gives the smallest whole number of atoms in a compound
molecular formula tells you how many atoms are in one molecule of the compound
organic compound covalently bonded compound that contains carbon
polymer large molecule made of chain of smaller, repeating molecules
carbohydrates biochemical compounds made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
proteins organic compounds made of chains of amino acids
amino acids smaller molecules made of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen
chemical bond forces that hold atoms or ions together in a compound
chemical structure way atoms in a compound are bonded
Created by: kendraostermeier