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Chemisrty

Periodic Table

QuestionAnswer
IONIC BOND The attraction between the positive metal ions and the negative non-metal ions causes a bond (ionic bond) to be formed.
ELECTRONEGATIVITY Tendency of an atom to attract electrons
PERIODIC TABLE Metals: Left of zigzag Nonmetals: Right of zigzag Metalloids: On zigzag
VALENCE ELECTRONS Number of electrons in last (outer) shell of electron configuration
ION A charged atom or molecule, can be negative (electron ANION), positive (proton CATION), or neutral (nueron)
CHEMICAL BONDS Bond is formed= Exothermic Bond is broken= Endothermic
COVALENT BONDS form of chemical bonding that is characterized by the sharing of pairs of electrons between atoms
MOLECULE A group of atoms bonded together
SINGLE, DOUBLE, AND TRIPLE BONDS Diagrams:
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