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Honors Chem Ch 6

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chemical bond the sharing or transfer of electrons that results in atoms being "joined" together
covalent bond a chemical bond in which electrons are shared
ionic bond a chemical bond in which electrons are transferred, forming ions which then attract one another
non-polar covalent bond a chemical bond in which the electrons are shared evenly between the two atoms
polar covalent bond a chemical bond in which the electrons are shared unevenly between the two atoms
molecule a group of atoms that are held together by (covalednt)chemical bonds
molecular formula or chemical formula a way of showing the number and type of molecules that are bonded together using element symbols and subscripts, such as NaCl or CaCl2
octet rule atoms will gain, lose, or share electrons in order to fill their outer shell with 8 electrons (except hydrogen)
electron dot (Lewis) structure a sketch that shows how the atoms in a molecule are connected and also shows the location of all of the valence electrons
bonding pair of electrons a pair of electrons shared between two atoms, represented by a dash
lone pair of electrons a pair of electrons that are not shared between two atoms, represented by two dots
single bond a chemical bond consisting of one pair of electrons shared between two atoms
double bond a chemical bond consisting of two pairs of electrons shared between two atoms
triple bond a chemical bond consisting of three pairs of electrons shared between two atoms
polyatomic ions a group of atoms held together by covalent bonds, but act as a unit as a charged ion which can form ionic bonds with other ions
metallic bond a chemical bond between two metals where the electrons move freely between all of the atoms
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