My name is hydrogen and this is chloride. We used to be sad, because we didn't have enough electrons to fill our shells. We formed a covalent bond so now our shells are full and we are happy. A covalent bond is a chemical bond formed when two atoms share electrons.
Covalent bonds usually form between atoms of nonmetals. We form a molecular compound called hydrogen chloride.
By: Oneil Johnson, Katherine, Allison
My name is lithium, and this is fluorine, to be happy we must both fill our outer shell, so I gave fluorine one of my valence electrons, which made us both happy. An ionic bond is a chemical bond formed when one or more atoms give electron or electrons to another atom.
An ionic bond forms between metals and non-metals, together we form to coumpound lithium fluoride.