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Use Lewis structures to diagram the following reaction in

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Problem 79

Use Lewis structures to diagram the following reaction in the manner of reaction (16.20). Identify the Lewis acid and Lewis base.

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Chapter 5 Lecture Notes CHEM 1030 Rik Blumenthal  Ionic Compounds and Ionic Bonding o Ionic compounds form when cations (atoms with positive charge) and anions (atoms with negative charge) combine.  Ex. NaCl Na (sodium) is a cation Cl (chlorine) is an anion When combined, the single electron from sodium completely transfers to chlorine, a process called ionization o Ionic compounds denoted in chemical formulas (show elements in ration in which they combine)  Ex. Li + O  L2 O Notice that Li has one valenc

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Textbook: General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications
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Author: Ralph Petrucci
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