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Ionic bond
is the force of atraction between oppositely charged ions.
ions
chraged particles that formm during chemical changes when one or more valence electrons transfer from one atom to another.
crystal lattice
Ions that make up an ionic compound such as table salt, the ions in the crystal lattice are arranged alternating positive and negetive ions, forming a solid
Covalent bond
is the force of attraction between the nuclei of atoms and the electrons shared by the atoms.
molecules-
is a neutral froup of atoms held together by the covalent bonds.
Metalic bond
the force of attraction between a possitivly chaqrged metal ion and the electrons in a metal
ductility
the aility to be drawn into wires
melleability
the ability to be hammered into sheets
melleability
the ability to be hammered into sheets
dynamic molecules
consist of two attoms bonded together. Hydrogene, oxygene,nytrogyne, and the holgens, flourine, clorine, bromine, and iodine are also diatomic.