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prairie state

prairie state chap 3.

ionic bonds transfer electrons normally between metal and non metal. between a (cation and anion)
Covalent bonds involve the sharing of electrons normally between two or more non metals ( uncharged )
molecular formula gives the actual # of atoms of each element in a molecule of a compound Ex: H2O2
Empirical formula gives the relative number of atoms of each element in a compound. H2O2 is HO
Structural formula shows how atoms in a molecule are conected or bonded to each other.
Pure atomic elements exists as a single atom Ex: Li
Pure molecular elements exists as diatomic molecules
Pure Ionic compound formed between a anion and a cation. metal and a non metal. ( NaCl,FeCl2,Nh4Cl)
Pure Molecular Compounds Formed from two non metals. Covalently bonded. H20, Co2
Mono one
Di two
Tri Three
Tetra Four
Penta Five
Hexa six
Hepta seven
Octa Eight
Nona Nine
Deca Ten
Created by: rjh