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Unit 3 chemistry

covalent bond when electrons are shared between 2 nonmetals
Electron dot notation only valence electrons of an element are placed around the element symbol
ionic bond when electrons are transferred between a metal and nonmetal
metallic bond electrons move freely among positively charged ions
nomenclature a naming system
non polar covalent electrons are shared equally by bonded atoms; balanced charge
Octet rule outermost valence shell needs and electrons for stability
oxidation number number assigned to the charge of an ion building compounds
polar covalent bonded atoms have an unequal attraction for shared electrons; unbalanced charge
Poly-atomic ion charged group of covalently bonded atoms
stock system uses roman numeral to indicate ions charge
Created by: jessica.opall99