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Evidence for ‘different bonding’ Behavior for groups I & II vs. others 1. Melting/Boiling point data 2. No octet bonding 3. Do dissolve readily in water & solutions conduct electricity - in ionic materials e- are transferred -An ion is electrostatically attracted to all near neighbors of opposite charge in its lattice - Ionic bonding – electrons are transferred - Covalent bonding – electrons are shared - H2O has a dipole moment [dipole – atoms do not share electrons equally and electrons spend some of
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Unformatted text preview: the time on one atom than the other] - Electronegativity – the tendency of an atom in a compound to attracted electrons to it- Electron affinity, electronegativity and ionization energy are not directly correlated [noble gases are an exception] Dipole moment- μ [debye]- μ = Q (charge magnitude) * r (distance)...
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