Ionic bonding

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  • Created on: 02-02-14 16:40
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  • Ionic bonding
    • Neutrons = neutral
    • Electrons = Negative
    • Protons = positive
    • Occurs between metal and non-metal
    • Elements with 5-7 electrons on outer shell gain electrons during bonding
      • This is because it is the options that requires the least amount of energy.
        • Elements with 1-3 electrons on outer shell lose electrons during bonding
    • Elements with 1-3 electrons on outer shell lose electrons during bonding
    • Group 0 on periodic table - noble gases
    • When bonded particles become charged
    • Structure goes 2, 8, 8, 2 before changing
    • Groups on periodic table indicate number of electrons on outer shell
    • Periods in periodic table indicate how many shells the element has
    • After bonding this creates an ionic compound
    • The compound is an enormous lattice of ions

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