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Ionic Bonding Atoms lose or gain electrons, so their outer shell is completely full.
Ionic compounds- regular lattice structure -Giant ionic lattices -Form a closely packed regular lattice -very strong electrostatic forces of attraction- oppositely charged ions
Ionic compounds- Similar properties - high melting points -high boiling points - strong attractions - ionic compounds melt- ions free to move& carry electric current -dissolve in water easily - ions separate& are free to move in the solution so they'll carry electric current
Isotopes Different atomic forms of the same element- same number of protons but different number of neutrons
Proton charge -> +1P
Neutron charge -> +1N
Electron charge -> Very small/ negligible
23 Na 11 -mass number= big number -atomic number= little number
Number of neutrons? Subtract the atomic number from the mass number
Covalent bonding -sharing electrons with other atoms - only share electrons in the outer shell -both atoms have full outer shells
Created by: Casey_05