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Ion Vocab

IPC Quiz

Ion Atom with a charge
Anion Ion with a (-) charge
Binary Ionic Compound Ionic compound which contain only two element
Ternary Ionic Compound Ionic compound which contains at least one Polyatomic ion
Polyatomic Ion Ion which contains more than one element
Valence Outer energy level or shell
Subscript Number found in a chemical formula below the writing
superscript Number and sign found in a chemical formula above the writing
Oxidation Number Describe how many electron can be given or taken
Ionic Bond Bond created by the complete transfer of valence electrons
Covalent Bond Bond created by the equal or unequal sharing of valence electron
Cation Ion with a positive (+) charge
Anion Ion with a negative charge
Chemical Formula Shorthand method for identifying a compound using element symbols, subscripts and superscript
Ocetet Rule Atoms tend to gain or lose to obtain eight electrons in the valence shell.
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