Types of Chemical Bonds Lecture Notes Ch 11.1 & 11.2

 

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__________ _______ is a force holding a group of 2 or more atoms together in a molecule or ion.

 

_________ _______ is the energy required to break a chemical bond.

 

Intramolecular Bond Types - Do you know what intra- means? Describe it below:

 

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1. _________ ________ - The two elements that bond together have a giving & taking relationship. One element gives an electron to the other. This usually happens when ___________ and non-metals form bonds. Metals always ___________ electrons while non-metals always ______________ electrons in this type of bond.

 

2. ___________ ________ - The two atoms that bond together have a ___________ relationship. There are two types of these bonds:

 

a. ___________ covalent - where the difference in electronegativity between the atoms is ______________ . Two examples of this are O2 and H2 . Give 4 other diatomic molecules that have this relationship:

 

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b. ___________ covalent where the difference in electronegativity between the atoms is > ______ but < _________ .

 

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