Covalent Compounds and Seperation Techniques

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  • Convalent Bonding
    • Sharing Electrons
      • Atoms make convalent bonds by sharing electrons
    • Methane, CH4
  • Both atoms feel like they have a full outer shell
    • Atoms make convalent bonds by sharing electrons
  • Each atom has to make enough convalent bonds to fill up its outer shell.
    • Sharing Electrons
    • When atoms make convalent bonds with one or more other atoms, a molecule is formed.
      • Hydrogen, H2
        • Convalent Bonding
          • Methane, CH4
      • Hydrogen Chloride, HCI
        • Water, H2O.
          • O2, shares electrons with 2 H atoms
        • Carbon has 4 outer atoms
          • One electorn
            • Hydrogen, H2
            • One electron need to complete the full outer shell.
              • Single convalent bonds are often formed.
                • Both atoms need one electron to complete their outer shells.
                  • Hydrogen Chloride, HCI

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