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tCH 6.2 - Review Ionic Bonds balancing charges naming(uses...

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Review Ionic Bonds balancing charges naming (uses IUPAC rule 1) CLICKER QUESTION NEXT SLIDE>>> GET YOUR CLICKERS CONNECTED NOW
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If you wanted to make a compound out of magnesium and sulfur, how many of each atom would you need to form a balanced ionic compound? (the ratio is Mg:S) 1) 1:1 2) 1:2 3) 2:1 4) 2:2
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What happens if you try to combine two nonmetals? Nonmetals accept electrons they do not donate them Combining two nonmetals results in a covalent bond
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Covalent Bonds Result from the sharing of valence electrons Nonmetals will share valence electrons in order to gain a full valence shell
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Two fluorine atoms will share one electron each to fill their valence shells The attraction each nucleus has for the shared electron keeps the two atoms bound together
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Each atom will make one bond for each electron it needs to fill its valence shell Looking back at dot structures, each of the single electrons will form one bond
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Practice Combine the following to make a molecule C, H N, H O, H C, Cl Si, F C, O
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Multiple bonds Atoms that make covalent bonds can make more than one bond to another atom
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