Covalent bonding presentation

Covalent bonding presentation
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  • Today at school we learned about covalent bonding.I have 5 electrons in my outer shell,our school project for tomorrow is to find someone that we can use to share electrons and make covalent bonds.But there is a problem,who can I work with?
  • Hi,I am a Nitrogen atom.I am a nonmetal and my location at the periodic table is at group 5.
  • Each one of us have one extra electron in our outer shell that may be useful to you.We can all share electrons to make covalent bonds and get an "A+" in the project
  • want to work with us?
  • Hi we are all hydrogen atoms and we would like to work with you since you also don't have a partner.We are also nonmetals and we are at group 5 too
  • You guys,I would like to work with you,so lets  work to get that "A+"
  • Subject: Covalent Bonding
  • We need to be fast though because school is almost over,what are we going to do?
  • don't worry guys,we can continue working at the bus and at my house,we can also play call of duty WWII
  • We love to work and search information here at the library,now lets search for information to our project.
  • So you guys I did some research about our project.By sharing the two electrons where the shells touch,each hydrogen can count 2 electrons in our outer shell and you nitrogen  can count 8 electrons in your outer shell.
  • Then our full outer shells with their shared electrons are now stable
  • and the NH3 molecule will not react further with other hydrogen or nitrogen atoms.
  • This are the notes to make the diagram:Note the 3 pairs (6 electrons) shared between the atoms.Each electron pair is one bond. This is called a single covalent bond.And we make Ammonia.
  • so there should be 3 bonds in total
  • We need to carefully make a diagram about it
  • So how would our covalent bond look like?
  • So our covalent bond has 3 bonds and is ammonia
  • H
  • Thank you for your attention!
  • H
  • N
  • H
  • Ammonia
  • The symbol is NH3
  • Day of presentations
  • Made by the share of electrons with 3 hydrogens and one nitrogen
  • teacher's grade:You guys got an A+ for your project
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