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05.02 Ionic and Covalent Bonds
Transcript of 05.02 Ionic and Covalent Bonds
K: I'm sorry Calcium, but we can't be friends. My parents wont let me.
Conversation Between Krypton and Calcium
im sorry but i dont want to be your friend...
C: but i don't understand why?
K: OK I am going to explain to you. I belong to a group known as noble gases.
C: I don't understand.
K: that means that since my outer shell is already filled to capacity with valence electrons we (noble gasses) do not bond with a lot of elements.
C: I understand now, well we can't be friends but can you tell me more about your self?
K: I would love to. Well I am a member of group 18! I am uses for lighting, I have a large number of spectral lines. Do you want to know who discover me?
K: Morris Travers and William Ramsay.
Explanation of how Ionic and Covalent bonds form
A covalent bond forms when 2 or more atoms bond/share there electrons. An ionic bond occurs when a electron is stolen/taken from another atom.