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Q1 Chemistry

Orbitals and Bonding

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The plots that estimate where an electron is found in an energy level Orbital
The two shapes of orbitals are... Sphere (S) and Figure Eight (P)
How many electrons can each orbital hold? 2
Which type of orbital is in the first energy level? One S Orbital
Which type of orbital is in the second energy level? One S Orbital and Three P Orbitals
A shorthand system used to symbolize the position of electrons in atoms Electron Configuration
An atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the number total number of protons Ions
Group IA elements are known as ___ Alkali Metals
Group IA ions have a charge of ___ +1
Group IIA elements are known as ___ Alkaline Earth Metals
Group IIA ions have a charge of ___ +2
Group VIIA elements are known as ___ Halogens
Group VIIA ions have a charge of ___ -1
Group VIIIA elements are known as ___ Noble Gases
A type of bond resulting from the transfer of electrons Ionic Bonding
A type of bond resulting from the sharing of electrons Covalent Bonding
A type of bond resulting from the equal sharing of electrons Non Polar Bonding
A type of bond resulting from the unequal sharing of electrons Polar Bonding
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