Polar-Covalent Bonds: a bond between two non-metals where the electrons are unequally shared. -Jillian Charland

Polar-Covalent Bonds: a bond between two non-metals where the electrons are unequally shared. -Jillian Charland

Breaking Covalent Bonds (with video demonstration) - http://susanevans.org/blog/breaking-covalent-bonds/

Breaking Covalent Bonds (with video demonstration) - http://susanevans.org/blog/breaking-covalent-bonds/

Chemical Bonding Go Fish & Other Games, Ionic & Covalent Bonds

Chemical Bonding Go Fish & Other Games, Ionic & Covalent Bonds

Ionic and Covalent bonding are depicted in the picture. Ionic bonds - is the attraction of a cation to an anion and is a weak bond that can be broken up in the presence of something more attractive. Covalent bonds - formed by the sharing of electrons between nuclei

Ionic and Covalent bonding are depicted in the picture. Ionic bonds - is the attraction of a cation to an anion and is a weak bond that can be broken up in the presence of something more attractive. Covalent bonds - formed by the sharing of electrons between nuclei

This activity will challenge your students to categorize ionic & covalent bonds. My 8th grade students have a lot of fun with this hands-on activity & I hope your students will too. :)

Ionic & Covalent Bonds Card Sort

This activity will challenge your students to categorize ionic & covalent bonds. My 8th grade students have a lot of fun with this hands-on activity & I hope your students will too. :)

Chemical Bonds: Ionic Bonding and Covalent Bonding

Chemical Bonds: Ionic Bonding and Covalent Bonding

Chemical Bonds: Ionic Bonding and Covalent Bonding

Chemical Bonds: Ionic Bonding and Covalent Bonding

The octet rule states that main group atoms are most content with eight valence electrons (the electrons that are found in their outermost shells/orbits), the electron configuration of noble gasses. Atoms will behave (and form bonds) in a way to obtain this octet. Covalent bonds occur between two nonmetals. During a covalent bond, the atoms involved share their electrons to reach the desired octet.

The octet rule states that main group atoms are most content with eight valence electrons (the electrons that are found in their outermost shells/orbits), the electron configuration of noble gasses. Atoms will behave (and form bonds) in a way to obtain this octet. Covalent bonds occur between two nonmetals. During a covalent bond, the atoms involved share their electrons to reach the desired octet.

Chemical Bonds: Ionic Bonding and Covalent Bonding

Chemical Bonds: Ionic Bonding and Covalent Bonding

Which element has the most electronegative ?  Answer:  Fluorine  Which element has the minimum electronegativity?  Answer: Cesium  The difference lie between zero to 0.4 then, the bond is  pure covalent bond. if it lies between 0.4 to 2.0 then, the bond is  covalent bond(unequal share electrons). The difference lie between 2.0 to 4.0  then, the bond is Ionic Bond

Which element has the most electronegative ? Answer: Fluorine Which element has the minimum electronegativity? Answer: Cesium The difference lie between zero to 0.4 then, the bond is pure covalent bond. if it lies between 0.4 to 2.0 then, the bond is covalent bond(unequal share electrons). The difference lie between 2.0 to 4.0 then, the bond is Ionic Bond

Chemical Bonding- Ionic vs. Covalent bonds on Vimeo

Chemical Bonding- Ionic vs. Covalent bonds on Vimeo

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