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Covalen Ionic Metallic
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These are form when an atom (with usually 1 or 2 electrons in
the outer shell) donates an electron to a neighbouring atom. The
donator will then take an overall positive charge becoming a
positively charged ion (cation).
Proton number > Electrons number
The receiver atom (with usually 1 or 2 electron spaces in its outer
shell) will take the electron from the donator and take an overall
negative charge becoming a negatively charged ion (anion).
Proton number < Electrons number
The 2 oppositely charged ions will be held together by an
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Giant Lattice Structure
The individual ions are arranged in a
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Examples of Ionic Compounds
Sodium Chloride (NaCl) aka salt.
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Born-Haber Cycle
Is the cycle that shows how much energy is
released/absorbed when an ionic lattice is formed
from its elements by using the total of the
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