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Physical Science 8th

Chapter-Chemical Bonding-Part 1

QuestionAnswer
What is an interaction that holds two atoms together? Chemical Bond
What is a charged particle that forms when an atom transfers electrons? ion
What is a bond that is formed when atoms share electrons? Covalent Bond
What are electons free to move throughout a material associated with? Metallic Bond
What is an electron in the outermost energy level of an atom? Valence electron
What do you call ionic compounds bonded in a three-dimensional pattern? Crystal lattice
Which element has a full outermost energy level containing only two electrons, fluorine, helium, hydrogen, or oxygen? helium
What happens when an atom becomes an ion with a 2- charge? the atom gains 2 electrons
The properties of ductility and malleability are associated with which type of bonds? metallic
What type of element tends to lose electrons when it forms bonds? metal
What two atoms can form an ionic bond? potassium adn fluorine
What are two properties of covalent compounds? low melting points and they are brittle
Why is an iron ion attracted to a sulfide ion but not to a zinc ion? Iron is metal and Sulfide is not, opposites attract.
What type of bond would form with zinc and zinc? metallic
What type of bond would form with oxygen and nitrogen? covelant
What type of bond would form with phosphorus and oxygen? covelant
What type of bond would form with magnesium and chlorine? ionic
Created by: chefgrace03
 

 



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