Chapter 4: Chemical Bonds

Chemical Compond Vocabulary For Ionic And Convalent Bonds. Starts Off With Ions And Goes To Minerals. 
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What is an ion?
An Ion is an atom or group of atoms that have become electrically charged. When an atom loses...
What is an Ionic Bond?
An Ionic Bond is an attraction between two positively charged ions. In an Ionic Bond, every...
What is a Polyatomic Ion?
An Polyatomic Bond is an ion that is made of more than one atom. In a chemical name the name...
What is a Convalent Bond?
A Convalent Bond is a chemical bond that is formed when two atoms share electrons at the same...
What is a Double Bond?
A Double Bond are two pairs of electrons that are shared at the same time.
What is a Molecular Compound?
A Molecular Compound consists of molecules having convalently bonded atoms. Molecules...
What does Polar mean?
Polar means that in a convalant bond electrons are shared unequally. Some atoms pull more strongly...
What does Nonpolar mean?
Nonpolar means that valance electrons are shared equally. When atoms are Nonpolar, two valance...
What is a Mineral?
A Mineral is a naturally occuring solid that has a crystal structure and a definite chemical...

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