chemical bonding

Updated: 11/15/2020
chemical bonding

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  • ionic bonding is the bonding between a metal and non metal. the metal loses an electron to become positively charged and the nonmetal gains the electrons to become negatively charged
  • Calcium, a metal, attempts to do some bonding with oxygen, a nonmetal. in order to bond, calcium gives oxygen her two electrons to complete her octet of 8
  • here's my number (ion) , Oxygen, i think bonding together will help to positively effect me
  • i hope that calcium's poor attitude won't have a negative impact on my view of life..
  • covalent bonding is the sharing of electron pairs between atoms. covalent bonds are formed between two non metals and can be either polar or non polar
  • mine too! bonding together and sharing my knowledge (electrons) with you really made me feel more relaxed, we'll be ready for the test in no time, chlorine
  • Chlorine only had 7 electrons "of knowledge" but with hydrogen's help, they were able to form a polar bond (and ace the test)
  • my confidence feels more stable now that we've shared our knowledge with one another and studied together, i think we really formed a bond today, hydrogen
  • in ionic bonds, valence electrons are given or take, but in covalent bonds they are shared
  • i feel like i'm all alone ...on the outside of the group (atom) you guys always fight over me
  • i'm so sorry, valence electrons, we should find a covalent bond and learn to share you like adults.