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CHALLENGE CHEMISTRY -Higher -

CHALLENGE CHEMISTRY -Higher -

CHALLENGE CHEMISTRY -Higher -. Section 1 ELEMENTS & BONDING. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. 1.1. Metallic Elements On completing this lesson topic you should be able to:. use a simple diagram to describe bonding in a metal. explain the term delocalised electron.

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Covalent (Molecular) Bonds

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Covalent / Molecular Bonding

Covalent / Molecular Bonding

Covalent / Molecular Bonding. Sharing PAIRS of e- between non-metals and H Groups 4A, 5A, 6A, 7A No transfer of e- (ionic) Ways to represent covalent bonds. Examples. Single Covalent Bond between 2 hydrogen atoms

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Molecular (Covalent) Bonding

Molecular (Covalent) Bonding. Chemistry Level ___ Chapter ____. Covalent Bond = Share Electrons. H 2 single bond “shared pair” O 2 double bond bond pairs vs. lone pairs N 2 triple bond (diatomic elements). Lewis Dot Structures:. HCCH PCl 3 HCN OH -1.

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Molecular (Covalent) Bonding

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Binary Molecular (Covalent) Compounds

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Binary Molecular (Covalent) Compounds. Molecule: a neutral group of elements joined by a covalent compound Diatomic Molecule: A molecule consisting of two atoms Diatomic Elements: (7 of them, form a 7 on the PT) and they end in –ine or gen (N, O, F, Cl, Br, I, H).

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Naming Covalent/ Molecular Compounds. Covalent Bonds use Prefixes to indicate the number of atoms involved in the compounds. 1= mono 6 = hexa 2 = di 7= hepta 3 = tri 8 = octa 4 = tetra 9 = nina 5 = penta 10 = deca. RULES.

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Naming Covalent (Molecular) Compounds

Naming Covalent (Molecular) Compounds

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