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Chemical Bonding

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Metals tend to ____ electrons and form ________ ions. lose & positive
Nonmetals tend to ____ electrons and form ________ ions. gain & Negative
Metals form _______ Cations
Nonmetals form ______ Anions
The electrons that occupy the outermost energy level of an atom valence electrons
metals will ____ electrons to attaina noble gas configuration lose
nonmetals will ____ electrons to attain a noble gas configuration gain
a ________ bond consists of a pair or electrons shared between two atoms covalent
if two atoms of a covalent bond are identical, then there is equal sharing of electrons, this is called ________ covalent bonding. nonpolar
if two atoms of a covalent bond are not identical, then there is unequal sharing of electrons, this is called _____ covalent bonding. polar
Created by: Katiejean