Chemistry

what is the order of electrons allowed in the shells?
2,8,18,32,50
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What are energylevels/ shells broen down into sublevels called?
orbitals
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What are the four obritals in order?
s,p,d,f
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What elements as teh electronic cofinigution of 1s2,2s2,2p2?
Carbon
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What is used in the hunds rule?
arrows
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what is a benefit of the hunds rule?
Makes the element more stable
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What is ionic bonding?
elements given other elements electrons to make it more stable.
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What charge does a element that loses electrons become?
postive
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What charge does a element that gains electrons become?
negative
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What does electostatic attration mean?
the opposite charge on the ions is what holds it together.
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What element make ionic bonding happen?
metal and non-metal
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What do the opposite charges in sodium choride form
giant ionic lattices
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What is the strength of the electronric force dependent on?
Ionic charge and ionic radii
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A atom with less shell will make elecrostatic force
stronger
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what makes colvalent bonding occur?
non-metal-non-metal
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how is convelent bond formed?
when electrons are shared between atoms
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What is a dative convelent bond?
The bonding of the same atom together
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What is a Organic compounds?
A compound that contain one or more carbons.
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What is the metal struture?
A regular lattice
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How is metallic bonding caused?
The metal with the highest energy level becomes delocised
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What is non-polar molcule
a molcule where electrons distrubed evenly
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What is a polar molcular
a molcular
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