Covalent Ionic Molecular Shapes Polarity Misc.

100

What is sharing?
Covalent bonding does this with the valence electrons.

100

What is transferring?
Ionic bonding does this with the valence electrons.

100

What is bent?
Water has this molecular shape.

100

What is trigonal planar?
This molecular shape can only be nonpolar.

100

What is molecular (covalent) bonds?
2 or more nonmetals form this kind of bond.

200

What is lines (connecting) and circles around the electrons?
You can use one of these two drawing methods to show covalent bonding.

200

What is arrows?
You use this drawing method to show ionic bonding.

200

What is linear?
The shape formed by the elements in column 7a of the periodic table.

200

What is bent and pyramidal.
These molecular shapes can only be polar.

200

What is the Lewis Dot Diagram?
DOUBLE JEOPARDY! This is the method of showing electrons by placing the electrons around the element's symbol.

300

What is 2?
A single bond shares this many electrons.

300

What is a chemical bond?
An ionic bond is also known as this.

300

What is a combination?
This is the most complex shape you can have for molecular shapes.

300

What is linear and trigonal planar?
These shapes can be either polar or nonpolar.

300

What is the octet rule?
This is another name for the "noble gas rule."

400

What is 6? (from sparknotes.com)
If two atoms are bonded together, one with six valence electrons, the other with four, they must share this many electrons for both to achieve a full octet

400

What are metals and polyatomic ions & metals and nonmetals?
Ionic bonds can use these two combinations of molecules.

400

What is trigonal planar, tetrahedral, pyramidal, bent, linear?
These are all of the molecular shapes listed in order of the periodic table columns.

400

What is 0.0 and 0.4?
A nonpolar covalent substance would fall between these two numbers on the electronegativity scale.

400

What is a polyatomic ion?
A group of covalently bonded atoms possessing a positive or negative charge.

500

(answer varies)
Draw two examples of covalent bonds on the smart board.

500

(answer varies)
Draw two examples of ionic bonding on the smart board.

500

What is the VSEPR Theory?
This theory states that: the repulsion between electron pairs causes molecular shapes to adjust so that valence electron pais as far apart as possible.

500

What is ionic?
This kind of substance would be greater than 2.0 on the electronegativity scale.

500

What is "an attraction between two atoms so strong that the atoms act as a unit and this attraction is result of a pair of electrons either being shared or transferred by the atoms. It is important to remember that every single bond involves two electrons; usually one from each atom." (from ask.com)
A chemical bond is this.

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