Chapter 8 Covalent Bonding Henry County School

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Section 8 1,Molecular Compounds,OBJECTIVES,Distinguish between the. melting points and boiling,points of molecular,compounds and ionic. Section 8 1,Molecular Compounds,OBJECTIVES,Describe the information. provided by a molecular,Forces that hold groups of atoms. together and make them function,as a unit Two types.
1 Ionic bonds transfer of,electrons gained or lost makes formula unit. 2 Covalent bonds sharing of,electrons The resulting. particle is called a molecule,Covalent Bonds,The word covalent is a combination of. the prefix co from Latin com meaning,with or together and the verb. valere meaning to be strong,Two electrons shared together have the.
strength to hold two atoms together in,Many elements found in nature are. in the form of molecules,a neutral group of atoms joined. together by covalent bonds,For example air contains oxygen. molecules consisting of two oxygen,atoms joined covalently. Called a diatomic molecule O2,How does H2 form,diatomic hydrogen molecule.
The nuclei repel each other since,they both have a positive charge. like charges repel,How does H2 form,But the nuclei are attracted to the. They share the electrons and this is,called a covalent bond and. involves only NONMETALS,Covalent bonds,Nonmetals hold on to their valence. They can t give away electrons to bond,But still want noble gas configuration.
Get it by sharing valence electrons with,each other covalent bonding. By sharing both atoms get to count the,electrons toward a noble gas configuration. Covalent bonding,Fluorine has seven valence electrons. but would like to have 8,Covalent bonding,Fluorine has seven valence electrons. A second atom also has seven,Covalent bonding,Fluorine has seven valence.
A second atom also has seven,By sharing electrons,Covalent bonding. Fluorine has seven valence,A second atom also has seven. By sharing electrons,Covalent bonding,Fluorine has seven valence. A second atom also has seven,By sharing electrons,Covalent bonding. Fluorine has seven valence,A second atom also has seven.
Chapter 8 Covalent Bonding Ball and stick model Section 8 1 Molecular Compounds OBJECTIVES Distinguish between the melting points and boiling points of molecular compounds and ionic compounds Section 8 1 Molecular Compounds OBJECTIVES Describe the information provided by a molecular formula Bonds are Forces that hold groups of atoms together and make them function as

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