Printed Covalent Bonding - Chemistry Unit 2

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What is bonded during covalent bonding?
Two non-metals.
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How does covalent bonding complete their outer shells?
By shairing electrons.
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What are the new particles formed during covalent bonding called?
Neutral molecules.
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What is the charge of a covalent compound?
A covalent compound has no charge.
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What state are covalent compounds at room temperature?
Solids, liquids or gases.
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Do covalent compounds have high or low melting and boiling points?
Covalent compound have LOW melting and boiling points.
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Do covalent compounds have high or weak attractions between the molecules?
Covalent compounds have WEAK attractions between molecules.
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How does covalent bonding complete their outer shells?

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By shairing electrons.

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What is the charge of a covalent compound?

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