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Chapter 13 Physical

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is formed when atoms share one or more electrons. covalent
is formed when atoms transfer electrons. ionic bond
A charged atom is called a(n) ion
The electrons used for chemical bonds are ____________electrons. valence
represents the charge that an ion has when it forms an ionic bond with one or more atoms. oxidation number
rule states that chemically stable atoms have 8 valence electrons. octet
is formed when an atom acquires an electrical charge by gaining or losing electrons. ion
Atoms form chemical bonds with other atoms to become more stable
Sodium forms a bond with chlorine when sodium __________ its valence electron and chlorine _____________ a valence electron. lose/receives
Group 2 elements have an oxidation number of +2
Calcium and chloride would most likely form a (ionic / covalent) bond. ionic
An element that has 7 valence electrons accepts one more to complete its outermost shell. This element will have an oxidation number of -1
The oxidation number for group 16 elements are -2
What type of bond holds a water molecule together? covalent
What type of bond is formed between aluminum and chlorine? ionic bond
Created by: CarlaPhelps