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Test 2 chap 3

Alloy When two metals join together
Compound When two or more different atoms join together
Covalent Compound When two non-metals are joined together
Ionic Compound When a metal and a non-metal join together
Ion charged particles that atoms are converted into by gaining or losing electrons
Anion gain of one or more electrons by a neutral atom that gives a negatively charged ion
Cation Loss of one or more electrons by a neutral atom that gives a positively charged ion
Ionic Bond a bond that holds two oppositely charged ions together
Polyatomic Ions Ions composed of more than one atom; usually containoxygen and another element
Covalent Bond sharing of pairs of electrons between atoms
Multiple Covalent Bonds the sharing of more than 1 pair of electrons between atoms
Polar Covalent Bonds result due to the unequal sharing of the electron pair
electronegativity the relative ability of an atom in a molecule to attract shared electrons to itself
Created by: hugheslm