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
Review Sheet
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 from each atom ) or a dative covalent bond (both electrons
from one atom), the forces are between two atomic nuclei and pairs of electrons situated
between them.
Intermolecular attractive forces also involve electrostatic forces:
Three types of intermolecular forces: VAN DER WAALS, DIPOLE->DIPOLE, and HYDROGEN BONDS

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Chapter 6 ­ Bonding and Structure Joe Brader
Review Sheet
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 where the oxygen atom is, and slightly positive where the hydrogen atom is. Whereas, in
covalent, ionic and metallic forces, the atoms have lost, shared or gained electrons.…read more

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Chapter 6 ­ Bonding and Structure Joe Brader
Review Sheet
SIMPLE Solids, Solids, Non Usually Various Small H2,
MOLECULAR liquids Low usually conduct insol. inter ­ molecul Cl2
and soft Unless molec. es
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ATOMIC Non Sparing Inter atoms He,
gas Very Low conduct ly molec Ne
soluble betwee
n atoms.…read more

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