Unit 2: Molecular and Ionic Compound Structure and Properties

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Substitutional alloys

________ occur when metals of similar radii combine.

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electrostatic force

The elements are held together by ________ because the positively charged cation is attracted to the negatively charged anion.

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Noble gases

________ can sometimes bond because of their empty d- orbital.

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potential energy

When two atoms are too close, the ________ is high, and the nuclei reset each other.

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Covalent substances

________ never conduct electricity, including pure water.

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Metals

________ can be made into alloys.

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anion

To bond, the cation gives up the electron (s) entirely to the ________.

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Ionic substances

________ can not conduct as solids because of the electrons stuck in the lattice structure.

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Interstitial alloys

________ occur when there are two metals with vastly different radii combine.

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Network covalent bonds

________ as solids are held together in a lattice of covalent bonds which makes them very hard, very high melting point and boiling point.

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sea of electrons

the electron organization for metallic bonds

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ionic bonds

formed when a metal and nonmetal bonds

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metallic bonds

formed when two metals bond

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molecular covalent bonds

formed when two nonmetals bond

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network covalent bonds

solids held together in covalent bonds (mainly containing carbon or silicon).

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resonance forms

different, equivalent forms of drawing the same molecule in a lewis dot structure

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formal charge

the most likely version of a lewis dot structure to form

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molecular geometry

the three dimensional structure or arrangement of atoms in a molecule; based on the number of lone pairs and bonds

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linear molecular geometry

two electron pairs

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trigonal planar geometry

three electron pairs

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tetrahedral geometry

four electron pairs

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trigonal bipyramidal geometry

five electron pairs

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octahedral geometry

six electron pairs

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