tCH 6.2 - Review I onic Bonds balancing charges naming...

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Unformatted text preview: Review I onic Bonds balancing charges naming (uses I UPAC rule 1) CLI CKER QUESTI ON NEXT SLI DE>>> GET YOUR CLI CKERS CONNECTED NOW I f 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 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 Covalent Bonds Result from the sharing of valence electrons Nonmetals will share valence electrons in order to gain a full valence shell 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 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 Practice Combine the following to make a molecule C, H N, H O, H C, Cl Si, F C, O Multiple bonds Atoms that make covalent bonds can make...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course CHEM 1305 taught by Professor Mason during the Spring '08 term at Texas Tech.

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tCH 6.2 - Review I onic Bonds balancing charges naming...

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