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Science T4

QuestionAnswer
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Form Crystals Ionic
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Forms two atoms between 2 ions Ionic
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: 1 metal; 1 nonmetal Ionic
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Formed between two atoms that share electrons Covalent
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Takes a lot of energy to break the bonds Ionic
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Most dissolve in water Ionic
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Low melting points and boiling points Covalent
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: High Melting points and boiling points Ionic
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Form between two non-metals Covalent
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Electrolytes Ionic
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Doesn't dissolve in water Covalent
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Mostly gases and liquids Covalent
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Combine to become more stable Covalent
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Can conduct electricity in molten and dissolved state Ionic
Ionic Bonds or Covalent Bond: Shared electrons are attracted to the nucleus Covalent
Shared equally = Non Polar Ex: H2O2
If electrons are not shared equally = Polar Ex: H3O4
Absorb Energy Positive Cation
Release Energy Negative Anion
Metallic Bonds: Between two metals
Created by: 16esmith