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Formula for number of outer shells in grouped elements...

Group number = number of outer shells (excluding transition metals).

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Suggest the charge for both fused elements in Beryllium Oxide...

X XX
X X
Be XX O XX
X X
X XX

+2. -2

3

There is a ___________ between the ______ and _______ ions - this is an IONIC BOND.

There is a strong electrostatic attraction between the positive and negative ions - this is an ionic bond.

4

______ therefore happens between a ____ and _________.

Ionic bonding therefore happens between a metal and a non-metal.

5

The ____ make an _________ where each ion is surrounded by ions of the opposite charge - an __________.

This ions make an alternating structure where each ion is surrounded by ions of the opposite charge - an ionic lattice.

6

In reality, there are lots of ions all _______. The formula shows the ____ between the __. We call this ratio the ___________. The ionic compound overall is _____.

In reality, there are lots of ions all joined together. The formula shows a the ratio between the ions. We call this ratio the EMPIRICAL FORMULA. The ionic compound overall is neutral.

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Electrostatic attraction-

Bringing electrons together.

8

List some of people the properties of materials:

Colour
Density
Structure
Texture
Malleable/brittle
Sonorous
Ductile
Hard/soft
Smell
Shiny/dull
Physical states of matter
Melting points
Boiling points
Conductivity

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Properties of ionic compounds

Hard brittle
High melting and boiling points (solid at room temp)
Conducts electricity when in solution
Easily breaks due to crystalline structure
Strong electrostatic Forces of attraction
Conducts electricity when molten dissolved as ions are free to move around - and carry charge
Does not conduct when solid

10

Covalent bonding List:

Sharing
Occur in non metals elements or compounds
Share electrons to get full outer shells
Each shared pair is a single covalent bond

11

Drawing covalent compounds

The outer shell should overlap and the shared pair of electrons should be inside the overlap bit.
Only draw the outer shell; this is the only one involved in bonding.
Use dots and crosses to show where the electron’s organised.

12

Chemical symbol for water

H2O

13

Chemical symbol for Ammonia

NH3

14

Chemical symbol for Methane

CH4

15

Chemical symbol for Carbon Dioxide

CO2

16

Simple covalent molecules

The covalent bonds between the atoms (within a molecule) are strong. There are only very very week intermolecular Forces between one molecule and the next.

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This means that substances have ______________ - they are gases or liquids at _____________.

This means that substance have low melting and high boiling points - they are gases or liquids at room temperature.

18

The bigger the molecules the ______________, so melting and going points increase with _________.

The biggest the molecules, the stronger the forces, so melting and boiling points increase with size.

19

Simple covalent __________have no overall _________so cannot conduct electricity.

Simple covalent compounds have no overall charge so cannot electricity.

20

Properties of silicon dioxide

Large number of strong covalent bonds
High melting and boiling points.
Hard crystalline structure
No charged particles so cannot conduct electricity

21

Definition of polymers

Polymers are very large molecules made up of repeating units bonded together as long chains. They are represented by showing the original unit (monomer) and n to represent a large number eg poly(ethene)

22

Properties of poly...

The intermolecular Forces between polymer chains are relatively strong at the chains are so large.
This means they are solid at room temperature.
They are named after their monomer unit
Poly ethene
Poly propane
Polyvinylchloride (PVC)

23

Properties of diamond

Tetrahedral
Hardest substance known to man
High m and b points
No conductivity
Used in jewellery and cutting

24

Properties of graphite

Hexagonal
Delocalised electrons
Soft
Night m and b points
Conducts electricity
Luberacant, pencils

25

Properties of graphene

Single layer
Flexible because it is so thin
Very strong
Conducts electricity
Used in composite materials

26

Properties of Fullerene

60 carbon atoms
Hollow middle
Ball/tube
Anotope of carbon
Cage like
High m and b points
Delocalised electrons
Conducts electricity
Used in cancer treatment
Carbon nanotubes

27

Na Be And Al all...

Make positive ions

28

Giant metallic lattice

-positive ions With delocalised electrons
- metals have layers (ogres have layers, onions have layers, shrek has layers because he is a good guy but donkey is holding him down so he really needs to back off like)

29

Metal atoms ______ outer electrons

Lose

30

Metal atoms ______ positive ions

Become

31

Free electrons are also called _________

Delocalised electrons look

32

The delocalised electrons are ___________ to _____ throughout the metallic structure

Free to move

33

There is a strong force of ______ between the positive ions and the negative electrons. This is called the ________ force of attraction

Attraction. Electrostatic

34

This force is very _________ in metals.

Strong

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Structure and properties links

Layers of metal ions that can dip over each other (malleable and ductile)
Delocalised electrons (solid, conduct heat).
Strong force of attraction