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End of week study guide CHEM 100 002
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End of week Study Guide Chemistry 100 What are the two bond types? Ionic: valence electrons are transferred Covalent: valence electrons are shared Bond formation results in formation of full outer Bohr orbits. Because this stable configuration typically involves eight electrons, this is commonly known as the ______? OCTET rule Noble gasses are already ____ Stable Element symbol surrounded by a number of dots equal to the number of ______? Valence electrons Elements without an octet tend to react with other elements to form an octet, except _____ which reacts to form a duet Hydrogen Since ionic bonding involves the transfer of electrons from a metal to a nonmetal, the Lewis structure for an ionic compound involves moving dots. The metal becomes a/an ______ and the nonmetal becomes an/a _____? Cation, Anion The metal and the nonmetal each acquire _______ in the formation of an ionic bond A charge Covalent bonds involve the _______? Sharing of electrons Sometimes multiple bonding pairs are necessary to complete the octets for each atom in the_____? Lewis structure Resonance in zone is the averaging for ______ Lewis structures. Two identical Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory (VSEPR theory) allows us to predict _________ from their Lewis structures Module shape
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