AS OCR Chemistry - Unit 6 Bonding and Structure review worksheet

This is a review sheet for topic 6 (Bonding and Structure) of the OCR AS Chemistry syllabus, but I am sure it will be fine for other exam boards. Boxes are there to draw your own diagrams for the different types of bonding.

Hope this is good for revision. 

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Chapter 6 ­ Bonding and Structure Joe Brader
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All bonding involves electrostatic forces.
Ionic bonding results from the electrostatic forces (attraction) between oppositely charged
ions.

Covalent bonding holds atoms together by sharing a pair of electrons, so they have full outer
shells.




In a covalent bond, (one electron…

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Chapter 6 ­ Bonding and Structure Joe Brader
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Intermolecular forces (hydrogen bonds, dipole - dipole, and Van der Waals forces) are much
weaker than ionic, covalent or metallic bonding forces.
Molecules are neutral. Parts of a molecule may be charged, for example, a water molecule is slightly
negative…

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Chapter 6 ­ Bonding and Structure Joe Brader
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SIMPLE Solids, Solids, Non Usually Various Small H2,
MOLECULAR liquids Low usually conduct insol. inter ­ molecul Cl2
and soft Unless molec. es
gas polar (

ATOMIC Non Sparing Inter atoms He,
gas Very Low conduct ly molec Ne
soluble…

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