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Dr. H bonding

Dr. Heiny: (Standard 02) Chemical Bonds

QuestionAnswer
cations atoms that have lost electrons and now have a net positive electrical charge
anions atoms that have gains electrons and now have a net negative electrical charge
polyatomic ions groups of two or more atoms bonded together that carry a net positive or negative electrical charge
ionic bonds chemical bonds formed by the attraction between cations and anions
metallic bonds the attraction of metal cations to electrons that surround them in an electron "sea"
covalent bonds a chemical bond formed by the sharing of valence electrons
molecule a group of two of more atoms that are bonded together and are electrically neutral
Lewis structure a model that uses dots or lines to show how electrons are arranged in molecules
sigma bond a covalent bond formed when a single pair of electrons are in bonding orbitals that directly overlap
pi bond a covalent bond formed when parallel orbitals overlap and share electrons
molecular formula a formula that lists the kind and number of each atom in a molecule
structural formula a formula that shows the atoms and bonds for a molecule
space-filling model a model of a molecule that represents atoms as spheres that occupy a certain amount of space.
ball-and-stick model a model of a molecule that represents atoms as balls and bonds are represented as sticks
linear a molecular shape predicted by the valence-shell electron pair repulsion model
bent a molecular shape predicted by the valence shell electron pair repulsion model
trigonal planar a molecular shape predicted by the valence shell electron pair repulsion model
tetrahedral a molecular shape predicted by the valence shell electron pair repulsion model
trigonal pyramidal a molecular shape predicted by the valence shell electron pair repulsion model
trigonal bipyramdal a molecular shape predicted by the valence shell electron pair repulsion model
octahedral a molecular shape predicted by the valence shell electron pair repulsion model
polar molecules molecules that are partially negative on one end and partially positive on another end
nonpolar molecules molecules that have no unbalanced partially negative or partially positive locations
Created by: LPH