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Chemical Principles I

The strongest of the three chemical bonds. Covalent bond
An uncharged particle in the atomic nucleus. Neutron
A hydrogen ion. Proton
The number of protons in the nucleus. Atomic number
Particles with a negative charge that move in shells around the nucleus. Electron
A bond formed by sharing electrons in the outermost shell. Covalent bond
A weak bond formed, for example, by the slight positive charge at the hydrogen end of the water molecule reacting with the negative end of other molecules. Hydrogen bond
A bond formed by the gain or loss of electrons from the outer electron shell. Ionic bond
Created by: Micheleledet17