CH_9_LO - CHM 205 Fall 2007 Dr. Logan CH 9 Learning...

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CHM 205 Fall 2007 Dr. Logan CH 9 Learning Objectives Chapter 9: Bonding and Molecular Structure Know and be able to use the key equations , found on p. 427. Know and understand the difference between ionic and covalent bonds. a. Describe the basic forms of chemical bonding—ionic and covalent—and the differences between them. o Know and understand that electrostatic forces are the main forces within ionic compounds. b. Predict from the formula whether a compound has ionic or covalent bonding, based on whether a metal is part of the formula. c. Write Lewis symbols for atoms. d. Describe the basic ideas underlying ionic bonding and explain how such bonds are affected by the sizes and charges of the atoms. e. Understand lattice energy and know how lattice energies are calculated (Born Haber cycle); recognize trends in lattice energy and how melting points of ionic compounds are correlated with lattice energy. Draw Lewis electron dot structures for small molecules and ions, as
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/05/2008 for the course CHM 205 taught by Professor Dr.logan during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Brockport.

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CH_9_LO - CHM 205 Fall 2007 Dr. Logan CH 9 Learning...

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