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Chapter 6

6-1

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Mutual electrical attraction between the nuclei and valence electrons of different atoms that bind atoms together. - Stable/happy atoms Chemical Bond
Chem. bonding that results from the electrical attraction between cations and anions - Positive+Negative= Neutral - x> 1.7 Ionic Bonding
Sharing of electron pairs between two atoms - 2 :-( atoms combine to become :-) - x<1.7 - Polar/Non-polar Covalent Bonding
Electronegativity of one element- Electronegativity of other= x x >1.7= Ionic x<1.7 covalent
Unequal pull on the electrons (between .3 and 1.7) Polar Covalent
Each atom has = pull on the electrons in the covalent bond. (less than .3) Non-polar Covalent
Neutral group of atoms held together by covalent bonds -2 or more atoms of the same element Molecules
Chem. Compound whose simplest unit are molecules -Chem. Formula Molecular Compound
Shows the types and numbers of the atoms combined to create a single molecule of a molecular compound - Ex. C12h22O11+ H2O--> C6H12O6 + C6H12O6 Molecular Formula
Molecule containing 2 atoms Nat. Elements: BHONFIC Diatomic Molecules Bromine, Hydrogen, Oxygen,Nitrogen, Fluorine,Iodine, Chlorine
Battle between attractive and repellent forces Electron/Electron Proton/Proton Repulsion Electron/Proton Attraction Formation of Covalent Bonds
Created by: jenniferbauer