Ionic
Covalent
Polar vs. Nonpolar
Naming
Hydrogen Bonding
100

Metals always ___ electrons and become positive. 

What is lose?

100

Covalent is formed between ___.

What are 2 nonmetals?

100

A covalent bond where the sharing of electrons is unequal.

What is polar?

100

___ is a negatively charged ion.

What is a anion?

100

A molecule with 2 poles. 

What is a dipole?

200

Nonmetals always ___ electrons and become negative.

What is gain?

200

Electrons are drawn to the more ___ atom.

What is electronegative

200

Occurs between 2 of the same atom.

What is nonpolar?

200

Go first when naming.

What are cations?

200

Any substance that interferes with the hydrogen bonding between water molecules.

What is a surfactant?

300

Ionic bond is formed between ___ and ___.

What are metals and nonmetals?

300

A covalent molecule has ___.

What are 2 poles?

300

Low conductivity, solubility, melting and boiling point. 

What is covalent?

300

___  elements can form more than one positive ion. 

What is transition?

300

Inward force that tends to minimize the surface area of a liquid.

What is surface tension?

400

Ionic bond is formed between 2 ions by the ___ of electrons. 

What is transfer?

400

Covalent bond is formed by the ___ of electrons.

What is sharing?

400

High conductivity, solubility, melting and boiling point. 

What is ionic?

400

Ion formed from 2 or more covalently bonded elements. 

What is a polyatomic ion?

400

2 types of van der Waals forces. 

What are dipole interactions and dispersion forces?

500

Ionic bonds create ___ charged ions. 

What is oppositely?

500
Atoms will bond with other atoms to gain more ___.

What is stability?

500

___ are drawn to the more electronegative atom. 

What are electrons?

500
Differentiate between their ions by naming the ion used in parentheses with Roman numerals. 

What are transition metals?

500

Solid in which all of the atoms are covalently bonded to each other.

What is a network solid?
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