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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Molec ularB onds Ionic vs naming: formula writing: 1) write both nonmetals2) write he subscripts that correspond with the prefix 4) the formula doesnt need to be simplified -attraction between two nonmetals-con form single, double, or tripe bonds -results from the sharing of electrons to form a stable octet-can be polar or nonolar(nonpolar- unequal sharing with difference in electronegtiviypolar- unequal sharing with difference in electronegativi ty0.4-1.7 formula writing: 1) name the cation first, then name the anion2) be sure to drop the ending of the anion and put -ide3) remember to use Roman numerals for those metals with more than one charge-may include polyatomic ions which are a group of electrically charged ions treated as a singe group definit ion: Marissa Enriquez definiti on: -electrostatic attraction between an anion (nonmetal) and a cation (metal)-difference in electronegativity 1.7 0r greater-the attraction between a positively charged atom and a negatively charged atom-involves transfer of electrons naming: -use the correct prefix that corresponds with the amount of each element -drop the ending of the second element and use the suffix -ide - if there is only of the first element then do not include a prefix 1) write the symbol and the charge of the cation2) then write the symbol and the charge of the anion3) crisscross charges and write the correct subscripts4) write the formula in simplest terms Dihydrogen Oxide- H2O (water) used to drink and many other thingsDinitrogen Monoxide- N20 (laughing gas) used as an anestheticCarbon Dioxide- CO2 used in carbonated drinks Sodium Chloride- NaCl (table salt) used to flavor and preserve foodBarium Oxide- BaO used to make crown glassMagnesium Oxide- MgO used as a relief of heartburn and sour stomach
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