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Chemical Bonds

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Ethan Gaubert

on 15 December 2016

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Transcript of Chemical Bonds

Ionic and Covalent bonds
Chemical Bonds
Atoms,Ions and Isotopes
Calculating protons, neutrons and electrons
anions, cations
Bohr Model
Lewis Dot Model
Octet rule
Ionic Bonds
Definition: A type of chemical bond that involves the electrostatic attraction between two oppositely charged ions
-cation, anion
- 1 metal, 1 non-metal
Covalent Bonds
Definition: A chemical bond that involves the sharing of electron pairs between atoms.
-Polar Covalent Bond
- H2
Explore the Bonds
- 15 minutes with each envelope pack
- work in pairs to complete task
- both partners names and date must be on answer sheet

-Bohr Model
-Lewis Dot Model
-Ionic Bond
-Covalent Bond
1) _________ bonds occur between two non-metals and is when two atoms share an _______.

2) An ______bond is due to electrostatic attraction between two ions.
-Using all of the aspects of the periodic table that we've discussed so far what do you think an ionic bond is? How may ionic bonds be similar/different from covalent bonds? Can you explain how each bond happens?
-List the three formulas for finding protons, neutrons and electrons.
- Take out a pen or pencil and a scratch sheet of paper
- go to kahoot.com
- be patient


- Draw the Lewis dot diagram for Li (lithium) and the Bohr Model for Cl (chlorine)

take out a scratch sheet of paper
pen or pencil
be patient
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