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Bond types/Propertie

science quiz #1

What uses only non-metals and metals? Ionic Bonds
______ has high electronegativity. Ionic Bonds
Ionic substances are composed of _____ Crystal Lattices
A crystal lattice molecular structure is composed of______ and ______ Positive and Negative (or Cations and Anions)
These Bond's melting point is high Ionic and metallic
__________ conduct electricity Ionic, and metallic bonds
_______ consist of non-metals only. Covalent
When attraction of non-polar covalent bonding; electrons are _________ Shared Equally
When attraction of polar covalent bonding; electrons are _________ Not Shared Equally
Formed normally between two or more metals. Metallic bonding
______ are like a sea of electrons. Metallic bonding
Describe: Bond Electrons shared by two atoms
Describe: Bond Energy Force that holds atoms together
Describe: Electronegativity Ability of an atom to attract shared electrons to itself
Describe: Resonace More than one valid Lewis structure may be drawn for a molecule
Describe: Linear Structure 2 electron pairs (2 bonds) on central atom
Describe: Trigonal Planar Structure 3 electrons pairs (3 bonds) on central atom
Describe: tetrahedral Structure 4 electron pairs (4 bonds) on central atom
Describe: Trigoinal Pyramid Structure 3 single bonds and a lone pair on a central atom
Describe: Bent or V-shaped Structure 2 single bonds with one lone pair on central atom
______ is the angle of Linear Structures 180 degrees
______ is the angle of Trigonal Planar Structure 120 degrees
______ is the angle of Bent or V-Shaped Structures 120 degrees
______ is the angle of Tetrahedral Structures 109.5 degrees
______ is the angle of Trigonal Pyramid Structure 109.5
________ arrows pointing towards the more elctronegative atoms (Negative S). Dipole
If there is no dipoles or they cancel out because of symmetry; they are_______ Non-polar
_____________ are bonds that holds atoms in the electrons together (Ionic, Covalent, Metallic). Intra-Molecular
______________ attracts forces that hold different bonds such as Dipoles, Hydrogen Bonds, and London Forces. Inter-Molecular
O-H N-H F-H are common _______ Hydrogen Bonds
______ are most common in water. Hydrogen Bonds
Hydrogen Bonds are not _____ True bonds
Hydrogen Bonds are the _______ dipole-dipole strongest
_________ are temporaily dipoles. London Forces