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Ionic Compound Props

CAVA chem 302 303 S1U4.04 Properties of Ionic Compounds

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Making pottery involves forming [...] compounds. Making pottery involves forming ionic compounds.
When the clay is dried and fired, the water gets driven out, and ionic [...] bonds form between the elements to form tightly packed crystals. When the clay is dried and fired, the water gets driven out, and ionic bonds form between the elements to form tightly packed crystals.
The [...] bonds make pottery hard, brittle, and heat resistant. The ionic bonds make pottery hard, brittle, and heat resistant.
[...] bonds form between metals and nonmetals. Ionic bonds form between metals and nonmetals.
Each crystal lattice has repeating units called [...] units. Each crystal lattice has repeating units called formula units.
The Ionic bond is very [...]. The Ionic bond is very strong.
Ionic bonds are about twice as strong as bonds where atoms [...] electrons. Ionic bonds are about twice as strong as bonds where atoms share electrons.
The strength of a bond is measured by how much energy it takes to [...] the bond. The strength of a bond is measured by how much energy it takes to break the bond.
Because of their strong bonds, Ionic compounds have [...] melting points. Because of their strong bonds, Ionic compounds have high melting points.
Because of their [...] structure, ionic compounds are hard and brittle. Because of their crystal structure, ionic compounds are hard and brittle.
Many ionic compounds readily [...] in water. Many ionic compounds readily dissolve in water.
Ionic compounds conduct electricity WHEN [...] IN WATER. Ionic compounds conduct electricity WHEN DISSOLVED IN WATER.
Ionic compounds usually do NOT conduct electricity when NOT [...]. Ionic compounds usually do NOT conduct electricity when NOT dissolved in water.
Table salt (an ionic compound) conducts electricity *when [...]*. Table salt (an ionic compound) conducts electricity *when dissolved in water*.
Sugar (NOT an ionic compound) does NOT conduct electricity when [...]. Sugar (NOT an ionic compound) does NOT conduct electricity when dissolved in water.
In a solution, [...] can carry electrical charges from one place to another. In a solution, ions can carry electrical charges from one place to another.
Created by: mr.shapard