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Lecture 18 (10am) Chapter 9 November 3 2009

Lecture 18 (10am) Chapter 9 November 3 2009 - increases...

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Chapter 9 Lecture 18 November 3, 2009
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Models of Chemical Bonding: Ionic, Covalent, Metallic
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Which of the following is an ionic compound? (A) H 2 O (B) CaCl 2 (C) HI (D) I 2 (E) PCl 4
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Ionic Bonding Model: Lattice Energy and Coulomb’s Law
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Trends in Lattice Energy Ionic Size: Move down a group, ionic radius increases, interionic distance
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Unformatted text preview: increases electrostatic energy decreases and lattice energy decreases Ionic Charge: Increase charge increase electrostatic energy increase lattice energy Covalent Bonding Model: Bonding Pairs vs. Lone Pairs...
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