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covalent bonds share pairs of electrons requires energy to bread bond share electrons based on their electronegativity
ionic >1.7
ionic def donate or accept ionic not covalent
polar 0.4-1.7
polar def shared but not equally
nonpolar <0.4
nonpolar def equal share because of electronegativity or molecular arrangement
covalent polar and nonpolar
bonds are... nonmetal to nonmetal except polyatomic ions
d orbital expanding octect
interdecular forces weak hybrids, van de Waals
Lewis shows... full, expanded, and sub
g gas
aq acid (in aqueous form)
tetra 2 nonmetals that are not polyatomic ion
hybrids results from the mix of orbital pairs
resonance a condition that occurs when more than one valid lewis structure can be written for a molecule or ion
single longest sigma
double sigma and pi
triple strongest sigman and pi pi
electronfinity low much it wants
electronegativity predict and how much it pulls
oxiacids hydrogen and polyatomic ions
double bonds occupy... 1 hydrogen orbital
2 circles together sigma
2 figure 8's pi
expanded octet d orbital
hybrid orbitals contain 1 electron each
nonmetals form... covalent bonds
- add
+ subtract
bent lone pairs and want to be separated
electrostatic electrons from 1 atom attracts postive nucleous of another
multiple configuartion covalent
known charge ionic
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