Bonding Activity!
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by Danielle Wulfert
| 17 Questions
Note from the author:
Chemical Bonding Activity
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1. What kinds of elements form ionic bonds?
nonmetal, metal
two or more nonmetals
two or more metals
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2. What kinds of elements form covalent bonds?
nonmetal, metal
two or more nonmetals
two or more metals
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3. How do these elements form ionic bonds?

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3. How do these elements form covalent bonds?

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1) What kind of bond am I?
Ionic
Covalent
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2) What kind of bond am I?
Ionic
Covalent
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3) What kind of bond am I?
Ionic
Covalent
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4) What kind of bond am I?
Ionic
Covalent
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5) What kind of bond am I?
Ionic
Covalent
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6) What kind of bond am I?
Ionic
Covalent
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How many valence electrons does this element have? (Remember.... think about what GROUP they are in!)
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How many valence electrons does this element have? (Remember.... think about what GROUP they are in!)
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How many valence electrons does this element have? (Remember.... think about what GROUP they are in!)
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How many valence electrons does this element have? (Remember.... think about what GROUP they are in!)
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How many valence electrons does this element have? (Remember.... think about what GROUP they are in!)
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In the "whiteboard" please draw a Lewis Dot Diagram for CARBON or SULFUR.

Remember to use the CHEMICAL SYMBOL or the element. It is KEY to know how many valence e- the element has to complete this.
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In the "whiteboard" please draw a Lewis Dot Diagram for PHOSPHORUS, SELENIUM, or IODINE.

Remember to use the CHEMICAL SYMBOL or the element. It is KEY to know how many valence e- the element has to complete this.
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