Ionic Bonding Project

Ionic Bonding Project
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  • Y
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  • HI, I'm element Y with 19 electrons and have a relative atomic mass of 43. I have one more extra electron
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  • Legend Blue electron from ion Bc Black electron from ion Y
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  • Bc
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  • Y
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  • Legend Blue electron from ion Bc Black electron from ion Y
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  • Bc
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  • HI, I'm element Bc with 9 electrons and have a relative atomic mass of 21. I need one more electron to fill valence shell
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  • Let's bond so that we will have fully filled valence shell and be a stable ion!!
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  • Legend Blue electron from ion Bc Black electron from ion Y
  • Okay, let's bond!!
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  • Bc
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  • Y is a metallic element with 1 electron in its valence shell. Bc is a non-metallic element with 7 electrons in its valence shell.
  • Ion Y is a donor while ion Bc is an acceptor
  • Ion Y gave an electron to ion Bc as metallic ions loses electrons while non-metallic ions gains electrons. After the transfer of electrons, both ions will have fully filled valence shells. Thus, creating an ionic bond.
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