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6.9 Polarity of Molecules and Intermolecular Forces -- Part 2
The hydrogen bonding is the major type of intermolecular force.
dispersion forces are the major type of intermolecular forces.
A polar molecule is PCl3.
Intermolecular forces between PCl3 molecule are called dipole-dipole attractions.
Both the molecule CH4 and the molecule CH3 havehedral shapes.
CO is a polar molecule, so identify the strongest attractive forces between the two.
Write the formula for his sore toe.
Richard picked up toothpaste and water with carbon dioxide in it.
Write the correct energy level.
Au+ Hg2+ Pb4+ Bi5+ ionic compound is an octet.
Nonmetals have elements in Groups 1A to 7A.
The positive ion is first followed by the negative ion in the naming of ionic compounds.
Transition elements form cations with octets and form negatively charged ions when reacting with metals.
Write the correct formula using charge balance.
A polyatomic ion is a group of atoms with no charge.
CO 2 3 is a salt.
The atom in a polar bond with the lower electronegativity is par one or more oxygen atoms.
When more than one polyatomic ion is used negativities have large differences in ionic bonds.
The first nonmetal in a compound uses its element the same name as the electron arrangement.
A central atom with four electron groups and three bonded atoms is used to indicate the subscripts in the formula.
You can use the three mined for all the atoms.
One or more lone pairs of electrons are if octets are not completed.
The dipoles don't cancel in polar molecules.
The dipole-dipole attractions are used to determine the polarity of a bond.
There are temporary dipoles called dispersion forces.
Nonmetals have high electronegativities.
There is a negatively charged ion.
A positively charged ion is Na+.
There are attractive forces that send the atoms or ion in a compound.
A molecule with only nonpolar bonds.
An electrical charge is shared between atoms.
A measure of the sharing of electrons is indicated by the right corner of the symbol.
A group of bonds of nonmetal atoms.
The molecule has four atoms.
The molecule has three hydrogen atoms.
The molecule has three bonds.
The shape of a molecule is predicted by the smallest unit of two or more atoms held together.
The electrons are repulsion of the bonds.
In the formation of an ionic bond, atoms of a metal lose and atoms 3P2.
The octet rule is the tendency of atoms to attain a stable electron arrangement.
After the ion formed for each of the following to obtain a stable the name of the metal, the number of electrons lost or gained by atoms and equal to the ionic charge is placed in parentheses.
The S2 ion is in this compound.
The positive ion must have a charge of at least 2.
The number ratio of the atoms or ion is used in the name of the compound because lead can form two different positives.
The total negative charge is equal to the total positive charge in a chemical formula.
When a subscript indicates two or more atoms of an element, the ionic compound Magnesium phosphide contains.
Two nonmetals share electrons and form a molecule.
bromine is the first nonmetal and F is the second nonmetal.
One or more electron pairs around the central atom indicates the subscripts in the formulas.
Bonded atoms have a sub ber.
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