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Ionic Bond + Salts

CAVA 302 303 4.04 Ionic Bond + Salts

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Roman soldiers were paid with [...] (the origin of the word salary) Roman soldiers were paid with salt (the origin of the word salary)
Table salt is an [...] compound. Table salt is an ionic compound.
The chemical name for table salt is [...]. The chemical name for table salt is sodium chloride.
sodium chloride is made up of sodium [...] and chloride [...]. sodium chloride is made up of sodium ions and chloride ions.
Sodium loses its valence electron readily to become a sodium [...]. Sodium loses its valence electron readily to become a sodium ion.
Chlorine gains a valence electron to become a chloride [...]. Chlorine gains a valence electron to become a chloride ion.
Ionic bonds involve an [...] of electrons. Ionic bonds involve an exchange of electrons.
[...] forces hold positive ions and negative ions together (like magnets). Electrostatic forces hold positive ions and negative ions together (like magnets).
The bond between a positive ion and a negative ion is called an [...] bond. The bond between a positive ion and a negative ion is called an ionic bond.
Ionic bonds are very [...] bonds. Ionic bonds are very strong bonds.
Sodium ions and chloride ions form a [...] structure. Sodium ions and chloride ions form a crystal structure.
[...] solids tend to form crystals. Ionic solids tend to form crystals.
Crystals are made from repeating units called [...] units. Crystals are made from repeating units called formula units.
Formula units are always expressed in the [...-est] whole-number ratio. Formula units are always expressed in the simplest whole-number ratio.
Most salts form when metals form [...] bonds with nonmetals. Most salts form when metals form ionic bonds with nonmetals.
minerals in gem shops are all [...] crystals. minerals in gem shops are all ionic crystals.
Metals and nonmetals form [...] compounds, or salts. Metals and nonmetals form ionic compounds, or salts.
In salts, metals lose [...] to non-metals. In salts, metals lose electrons to non-metals.
In salts, metals are in [...] form. In salts, metals are in cation form.
In salts, non-metals are in [...] form. In salts, non-metals are in anion form.
Most salts form when [...] form ionic bonds with [...]. Most salts form when metals form ionic bonds with nonmetals.
Remember: a [...]-metal is NOT a kind of metal! Remember: a non-metal is NOT a kind of metal!
Created by: mr.shapard