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15 Cards in this Set

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when an atom loses an electron it becomes
a positive charge
an electronically charged atom or molecule is called a
covelent bonds involve blank electrons and ionic bonds involve blanking electrons
sharing, transferring.
atoms that are not stable
form chemical bonds with other atoms
atoms are most stable when
their outermost shell is full
the body is made from 4 elements. What are they?
what signifigance are atoms to elements
atoms are the building block of elements
molecule is two or more blank atoms combined chemically
compound is two or more blank atoms combined chemically
full valence shells blank form bonds
do not
bonding involes what
interations between electrons in the outer shell (valence shell)
anions are blank
cations are blank
negative anions
cations positive
and either donate or accept electrons
when do ionic bonds happen
they form when electrons are completely transferred from one atom to another
inert elements have blank valence shells and are blank
inert elements have complete valence shells and are stable
valence shells in reactive elements are blank and are blank
their not full, and not stable in reactive elements