sodium phosphide ionic or covalent

Ionic Covalent Bond Interactions

This compound is called sodium chloride (NaCl) also known as table salt Iron (II) oxide OR Iron (III) phosphide Types of Bonding When atoms bond together there are two ways in which this can occur Ionic Bonding Covalent (molecular) bonding Ionic Bonding Ionic bonding involves both a metal and a non-metal The metal will give up its electrons to the non-metal (thus they both become

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Compounds With Ionic and Covalent Bonds

An ionic bond is a chemical bond between two atoms in which one atom seems to donate its electron to another atom Covalent bonds on the other hand appear to involve two atoms sharing electrons reach a more stable electron configuration Some compounds contain both ionic and covalent bonds These compounds contain polyatomic ions Many of these compounds contain a metal a nonmetal and also

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Ionic Compound Formula Writing Worksheet

Ionic Compound Formula Writing Worksheet Write chemical formulas for the compounds in each box The names are found by finding the intersection between the cations and anions Example: The first box is the intersection between the "zinc" cation and the "chloride" anion so

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Formula and Naming Rules for Ionic and Covalent Compounds

Ionic Compounds Practice •Sodium Sulfide •Barium Nitride •Aluminum Bromide •Potassium Phosphide •Ammonium Fluoride •Li 2 O •K 2 O •CaBr 2 •Al 2 S 3 •Rb 2 S Covalent Compounds - Formula 1 Write out the 1st element using the numerical prefix as the subscript Ex: Dihydrogen Oxide H 2 O 2 Write out the 2nd element using the numerical prefix as the subscript Ex: Carbon

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Ionic and Covalent Bonding

Ionic and Covalent Bonding 5 0 / 5 Hide Show resource information Chemistry Structure and Bonding International Baccalaureate Other Created by: Lotto65 Created on: 22-01-17 13:30 What are atoms trying to achieve when combining with other atoms? Noble gas configuration 1 of 60 How are ionic compounds formed? When electrons are transferred from one atom to another to form ions with

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potassium phosphide ionic formula raeljanifo

published: 5 31 20 potassium oxide ionic formula potassium phosphate ionic formula potassium oxide ionic compound potassium oxide ion formula potassium phosphide ionic compound potassium phosphide ionic compound name potassium phosphate ionic equation potassium oxide ionic compound formula potassium phosphate ionic compounds formula Naming Ionic and Covalent

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ATOMIC AND IONIC RADIUS

These ionic radius values are for 6-co-ordinated ions (with a slight question mark over the nitride and phosphide ion figures) But you may remember that I said that ionic radius changes with co-ordination Nitrogen is a particularly good example of this 4-co-ordinated nitride ions have a radius of 0 146 nm In other words if you look at one

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WebElements Periodic Table Phosphorus radii of atoms

Ionic radii This table gives some ionic radii In this table geometry refers to the arrangment of the ion's nearest neighbours Size does depend upon geometry and environment For electronic configurations where it matters the values given for octahedral species are low spin unless stated to be high spin

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Naming Ionic Compounds

Naming Ionic Compounds Give the name and molar mass of the following ionic compounds: Name Molar Mass 1) Na 2 CO 3 sodium phosphide Na 3 PO 4 164 0 grams/mole 23) magnesium nitrate Mg(NO 3) 2 86 3 grams/mole 24) lead (II) sulfite PbSO 3 287 3 grams/mole 25) calcium phosphate Ca 3 (PO 4) 3 310 3 grams/mole 26) ammonium sulfate (NH 4) 2 SO 4 132 1 grams/mole 27) silver cyanide

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Introduction to Ionic Bonds I Ionic Bonds III Metallic

Introduction to Ionic Bonds The forces that hold matter together are called chemical bonds There are four major types of bonds We need to learn in detail about these bonds and how they influence the properties of matter The four major types of bonds are: I Ionic Bonds III Metallic Bonds II Covalent Bonds IV Intermolecular (van der Waals) forces Ionic Bonds The ionic bond is formed by

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Nomenclature

Nomenclature – Writing Formulas - Binary Ionic and Covalent Compounds 1 sodium fluoride 2 cuprous chloride 3 copper (II) oxide 4 zinc chloride 5 sodium oxide 6 barium bromide 7 copper (II) phosphide 8 iron (II) oxide 9 lithium sulfide 10 silver oxide 11 copper (II) sulfide 12 aluminum bromide 13 plumbic bromide 14 ferric

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WORKSHEET: Chemical Bonding Ionic Covalent!

WLHS / Conc Chem Name Date Per WORKSHEET: Chemical Bonding – Ionic Covalent! REMEMBER Ionic Bond between a Metal and Non-Metal (M + NM) Covalent Bond between a Non-Metal and Non-Metal (NM + NM) PART 1: Determine if the elements in the following compounds are metals or non-metals Describe the type of bonding that occurs in the compound

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Formulas of Ionic Compounds

Ionic compounds form when positive and negative ions share electrons and form an ionic bond The strong attraction between positive and negative ions often produce crystalline solids that have high melting points Ionic bonds form instead of covalent bonds when there is a large difference in electronegativity between the ions The positive ion called a cation is listed first in an ionic

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Naming Ionic Covalent Compounds

Naming Ionic Covalent Compounds Name the following type I ionic compounds (metals with only one common charge – hydrogen ammonium are included in this category): 1 NaCl sodium chloride 2 AgNO 3 silver nitrate 3 BaCrO 4 barium chromate 4 Ca(OH) 2 calcium hydroxide 5 ZnCO 3 zinc carbonate 6 Na 2 SO 4 sodium sulfate 7 Al 2 O 3 aluminum oxide 8 CdBr 2 cadmium bromide 9

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Naming Mixed Ionic and Covalent Compounds

Write the formulas for the following compounds Remember they may be either ionic or covalent compounds so make sure you use the right method! 11) lithium chloride LiCl 12) nitrogen trichloride NCl3 13) sodium oxide Na2O 14) dinitrogen trioxide N2O3 15) ammonia NH3 16) diboron dihydride B2H2 17) potassium phosphide K3P

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Formulas of Ionic Compounds

Ionic compounds form when positive and negative ions share electrons and form an ionic bond The strong attraction between positive and negative ions often produce crystalline solids that have high melting points Ionic bonds form instead of covalent bonds when there is a large difference in electronegativity between the ions The positive ion called a cation is listed first in an ionic

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Write The Formula Or Name For The Following

2 Write the formulas of the following compounds: (a) rubidium bromide (b) magnesium selenide (c) sodium oxide (d) calcium chloride (e) hydrogen fluoride (f) gallium phosphide (g) aluminum bromide (h) ammonium sulfate For ionic compounds the term formula mass or formula weight is used instead since there aren't really any molecules present Write the compound formulas for each of the following

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Naming Ionic and covalent compounds (2) pptx

How to find Ionic charges Level 2: Write the Formula Example: Sodium Chloride NaCl Beryllium Bromide Cesium Bromide Sodium Fluoride Calcium Phosphide Lithium Chloride Magnesium Sulfide Type (II) Transition Metals Name the transition metal first Use Roman Numerals to specify charge Add ide to the end of non-metal Example 1: Copper (III

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Naming Mixed Ionic and Covalent Compounds

Write the formulas for the following compounds Remember they may be either ionic or covalent compounds so make sure you use the right method! 11) lithium chloride LiCl 12) nitrogen trichloride NCl3 13) sodium oxide Na2O 14) dinitrogen trioxide N2O3 15) ammonia NH3 16) diboron dihydride B2H2 17) potassium phosphide K3P

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What Are Examples Of Ionic Compounds?

Sodium chloride is an ionic compound Many bonds can be covalent in one situation and ionic in another For instance hydrogen chloride HCl is a gas in which the hydrogen and chlorine are covalently bound but if HCl is bubbled into water it ionizes completely to give the H+ and Cl-

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Naming Ionic Compounds

Naming Ionic Compounds Give the name and molar mass of the following ionic compounds: Name Molar Mass 1) Na 2 CO 3 sodium phosphide Na 3 PO 4 164 0 grams/mole 23) magnesium nitrate Mg(NO 3) 2 86 3 grams/mole 24) lead (II) sulfite PbSO 3 287 3 grams/mole 25) calcium phosphate Ca 3 (PO 4) 3 310 3 grams/mole 26) ammonium sulfate (NH 4) 2 SO 4 132 1 grams/mole 27) silver cyanide

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Practice Packet Unit 6: Bonding

automatically Ionic If covalent indicate polar or non-polar Substance Electronegativity difference(s) Ionic Bond Covalent Bond Polar Nonpolar I 2 PCl 3 CO 2 NaCl NH 3 KCl 5 What is a dipole? 6 How do you determine which atom gets the partial negative charge? 7 Indicate which atom will have the positive charge and which will have the negative charge in the following polar bonds: H-Cl H-F

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Ionic Bonding and Simple Ionic Compounds

Covalent bonding and covalent compounds will be discussed in Chapter 4 Covalent Bonding and Simple Molecular Compounds Note Despite our focus on the octet rule we must remember that for small atoms such as hydrogen helium and lithium the first shell is or becomes the outermost shell and hold only two electrons

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Naming Ionic and covalent compounds (2) pptx

How to find Ionic charges Level 2: Write the Formula Example: Sodium Chloride NaCl Beryllium Bromide Cesium Bromide Sodium Fluoride Calcium Phosphide Lithium Chloride Magnesium Sulfide Type (II) Transition Metals Name the transition metal first Use Roman Numerals to specify charge Add ide to the end of non-metal Example 1: Copper (III

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