Atomic Bonds Powerpoint.pptx - ATOMIC(CHEMICAL BONDS MYA TUCKER MONIQUE TOLIVER WHAT IS AN ATOMIC BOND • An element’s atomic number indicates the

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ATOMIC (CHEMICAL) BONDS MYA TUCKER & MONIQUE TOLIVER
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WHAT IS AN ATOMIC BOND? An element’s atomic number indicates the number of positively charged protons in the nucleus. The atomic weight of an atom indicates how many protons and neutrons in the nucleus. To determine the number of neutrons in an atom, the atomic number is simply subtracted from the atomic weight. Atoms like to have a balanced electrical charge. Therefore, they usually have negatively charged electrons surrounding the nucleus in numbers equal to the number of protons.
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HOW DO ATOMS BOND? Strong chemical bonds are the intramolecular forces which hold atoms together in molecules. A strong chemical bond is formed from the transfer or sharing of electrons between atomic centers and relies on the electrostatic attraction between
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Unformatted text preview: the protons in nuclei and the electrons in the orbitals. • The orbits and the number of electrons that they can hold are: 1st orbit - 2 2nd orbit - 8 3rd orbit - 8 4th orbit - 18 TYPES OF ATOMIC BONDS • There are three types of atomic bonds : Covalent, Ionic, Polar ; which is chemical bonds • Covalent Bonds : A chemical bond that involves the sharing of electron pairs between atoms. • Ionic Bonds: Is the complete transfer of valence electron(s) between atoms • Polar Bonds: Is a covalent bond between two atoms where electrons forming the bonds are unequally distributed. • Nonpolar bonds : Are a type of bond that occurs when two atoms share a pair of electrons with each other. These shared electrons glue two or more atoms together to form a molecule. 4...
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  • Fall '16
  • Dr.Mah
  • Atom, Electron, Chemical bond, MONIQUE TOLIVER, MYA TUCKER

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