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Atomic Bonding


Miki Drees

on 19 March 2010

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Transcript of Atomic Bonding

Atomic Bonding There are three different types
of particle in one atom. These
types are PROTONS (which have
a positive charge), NEUTRONS
(with a neutral charge) and
ELECTRONS (which have a negative
charge). Atoms The atomic mass is made up of the number of protons and neutrons inside the atom. Each atom has an atomic mass and a number, and that's the amount of positive numbers in the atom. Bonds When two non-metal atoms are joined, this forms a covalent bond. Here's an example of covalent bonding. When a non-metal atom and a metal atom react, this forms an ionic bond. When metal atoms lose one or two electrons in their outer energy levels, their electrons are easily lost. This leaves an ion with full energy levels so they're really stable. When metal atoms lose one or two electrons they have more positively charged protons in the nucleus then they have negatively charged electrons in their energy levels so they form positibe ions (their charge depends on the number of electrons that they have). Elements An atom is the smallest part of anything that still contains the characteristics of the element that it belongs to. Becuase atoms are just so cool.
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