Chapter 06 hmwk_&_key_terms

Chapter 06 hmwk_&_key_terms - 1 CHM 1120 Chapter...

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CHM 1120 Chapter 6 (11-05) Define or explain these Key terms from chapter 6. Bond force that holds elements together in compounds noble(inert) gases particularly stable and has essentially no tendency to interact with other elements to form compounds octet eight valence electrons in the same principal level duet a pair of electrons associated with a hydrogen, helium, lithium, or beryllium atom, resulting in the stable configuration of noble gas (helium); tow valence electrons octet rule rule of eight Cation positive ion ionization energy amount of energy needed to completely remove an electron from a gaseous atom or ion anion negative ion ionic compounds ex. Sodium chloride, are those formed by the electrostatic attraction of oppositely charged ions monatomic ion simple ions Polyatomic ions charged species made from many atoms lattice energy the energy released from the attraction between a gaseous caption and a gaseous anion to form an ionic compound 1
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molecules nonmetallic atoms become linked together by forces
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2010 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Griffith during the Spring '08 term at Illinois Valley CC.

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Chapter 06 hmwk_&_key_terms - 1 CHM 1120 Chapter...

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