2b. On the back of paper, draw and label all parts of a piece of metal (i.e. what does metallic bond look like. Use Aluminum, Al, as your example metal).
3a. Ionic compounds are made up of ______________
3b. _______________ types of elements produces __________ when they lose electrons.
3c. The other type of element (called ________ ) will do what with their valence electron(s)?: ________________________. What is the resulting species called?
3d. What does the ΔEN between the two elements needs to be?
3e. In space below, explain what does the subscript(s) in an ionic compound mean?
3f. On the back of paper, draw and label all parts of an ionic compound. (use Na1Cl1 as the ionic compound)
4a. If C and P atom get close enough together so their valence electron interact, will the electrons be shared, transferred (give/take), or all give away (circle one). What is this "bond called"?____________. What is base unit (or particle) of this type of "bonding" called? ___________
4b. What does the ΔEN between the two elements need to be?
4c. In space below, explain what does the subscript(s) in a molecular compound mean?
4d.On the back of paper, draw and label all parts of a molecular compound. (use H2O1 as the molecular compound)
4e. What is the other "species" that do a similar "thing" with their valence electrons and how is this "species" different from a molecular compound.
5a. What causes the bond energy to be different in the 3 types of bonds (single SB, double DB and triple bonds TB)?
5b. List the above three type of bonds from longest bond length to shortest bond length).
5c. Do the same as in 5b. but use bond energies.
6. Showing ΔEN calculations, determine and write next to the element pair what type of "bond" do they have.
a. Ca Br
b. N O
c. Cr Ag
Part II Using the format used in your notes/homework, give the correct Lewis Dot Structure(s) for the following:
Part III Give the appropriate chemical name or chemical formula for the following:
b. Sulfur trioxide
d. Pentafluorine monochloride
e. Chloric acid
Part IV Using your [Worksheet for Molecular Geometry] complete each "block" for each problem in Part II.