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Atomic Theory Pt.2

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TermDefinition
Valence Electrons The electrons farthest from the nucleus; they are responsible for atoms forming compounds.
Molecule 2 or more atoms chemically combined.
Compounds 2 different atoms chemically combined
Mixture A combination of two or more different atoms or molecules that are not chemically combined.
Covalent bond Chemical bond between two or more non-metals.
Ionic bond Chemical bond between a metal and a non-metal.
Octet rule Elements are stable when their valence shell is full this can be done with 8 or in some cases 2.
Alkali metals 2 valence electrons and the way that they behave is that they are very reactive to water.
Alkali earth metals They can be cut with a knife, 2 electrons
Transition metals 3 valence electrons , they're shiny and they react to heat.
Halogens 7 valence electrons, they are poor conductors and have low boiling points.
Inert gases 8 valence electrons, they are odorless, colorless, and transparent.
Created by: Chris Maldonado