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Bonding/ElectronCnfg

"Bonding and Electron Configuration" for high school chemistry

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a type of bond where valence electrons are transferred ionic bond
a type of bond where valence electrons are shared covalent bond
valence shell electron pair repulsion theory VSEPR
describes the arrangement of electrons in an atom, ex: 1s2, 2s2, 2p5 Electron Configuration
a negatively charged subatomic particle Electron
electrons fill the lowest energy levels first and then move outward as they have more energy aufbau principle
aka empty bus seat rule, electrons will not pair up within an orbital if there is another empty orbital in the same subshell Hund's Rule
a specifically shaped area where electrons are found orbital
a VSEPR molecule shape that is straight across, 1 bond, no lone pairs linear
a VSEPR molecule shape that is at an angle with 2 bonds and 1 or 2 lone pairs bent/angular
electrons spin in opposite directions within an orbital, one clockwise and one counterclockwise pauli exclusion principle
an ionic compound has this type of strucure with regularly repeating ions crystalline
a bond involving cations floating in a sea of electrons metallic
a diagram for an atom showing the valence electrons as dots lewis dot structure
an electron in the outer shell valence electron
Created by: MrsFarre
 

 



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