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Composed of + and - ions that are combined so that the numbers of charges are equal - Ratio: 1 molecule= 1 covalent bonds Ionic Compound
Simplest collection of atoms from which an ionic compounds formulas can be established OR Number of atoms that are used to determine the ionic compound's formula - Depends on charges of ions - Ratio - Don't exist independently Formula Unit
demonstrates changes that occur during bonding Electron Dot Notation
Ions minimize their potential energy by combining into this arrangement Crystal Lattice
Enerfy released when separated ions of a fas come together to form a crystal - to make a lattice smaller you add _______ ________ Lattice Energy
Ionic Bonds are stronger than molecular - Strength of Bonds effects melting/boiling point and hardness - Bonds hold together and keep organized Ionic vs. Molecular bonds
Charged group of covalently bonded atoms - charge from excess (-) or shortage (+) of electrons Polyatomic Ions
Created by: jenniferbauer