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Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonds

Atoms form ________ by losing, gaining, sharing, or pooling electrons. Bonds
An atom that is no longer neutral because it has lost or gained electrons is an __________. Ion
An ________ forms when positive and negative ions attract each other. Ionic Bond
Two or more elements that are chemically bonded form a _______. Compound
_______ form when metal atoms share their pooled electrons. Metallic Bond
______ form when atoms share electrons. Covalent Bond
Atoms sharing electrons from a neutral particle form a _____. Molecule
_______ forms when electrons are unevenly shared. Polar Bond
The electrons located in the outermost layers are called ____________ Valence electrons
Alkali metals can ___________ if exposed to water. Catch on fire
Using dot diagrams for elements is used to help you understand ____________. Chemical Bonding
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