You Will Need:  1. Pencil, Text Book- Pg. 237,     Periodic Table, Colored Pencils  2. Electrons and Chemical     Bonding-...
You Will Need:  1. To put up your privacy folder  2. Answer all questions  3. Turn into Tray when done  • Return Manilla f...
• Table of Contents on-line2. Target Concepts for Test #3 –   online for ½ page of notes, done   by hand, front side only3...
Page 233
• Why does Sodium         • Why do Sodium and  become an Ion?            Chlorine bond?  Positive or Negative?   • What is...
• Share pairs of electrons• More often between Nonmetals
1. Low Melting and Boiling points2. Free flowing but can be brittle3. Form molecules/compounds4. Do Not have a specific sh...
Page 237
• CO2Compound    Covalent or Ionic         Why?• H2 O        Set                   u             this p ½ p• NaCl       w/...
Compound    Covalent or Ionic         Why?• CO2         Covalent               NonMetals             Covalent             ...
None unless you owe me something • Test #3 next Friday – Written    only – ½ sheet of notes, front    side only, done by h...
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Electrons and Chemical Bonding 2012 Day 2

  1. 1. You Will Need: 1. Pencil, Text Book- Pg. 237, Periodic Table, Colored Pencils 2. Electrons and Chemical Bonding- 2 pages-4 sides (Picked-up yesterday) • ½ sheet of paper – Bookshelf • 1 Manilla Folder • STAR Cards #61-101 – Due Now – Please put in the box on front table.
  2. 2. You Will Need: 1. To put up your privacy folder 2. Answer all questions 3. Turn into Tray when done • Return Manilla folder • First Team member to be done – Log into Learning Point and pull up today’s POWER POINT
  3. 3. • Table of Contents on-line2. Target Concepts for Test #3 – online for ½ page of notes, done by hand, front side only3. We will be going into the computer lab on Monday for Balancing equations and organizing your Binder.
  4. 4. Page 233
  5. 5. • Why does Sodium • Why do Sodium and become an Ion? Chlorine bond? Positive or Negative? • What is the overall Why? charge of the compound?• Why does Chlorine • Does NaCl have the same become an Ion? characteristics as Na and Positive or Negative? Cl or does the compound Why? have its own unique
  6. 6. • Share pairs of electrons• More often between Nonmetals
  7. 7. 1. Low Melting and Boiling points2. Free flowing but can be brittle3. Form molecules/compounds4. Do Not have a specific shape (more flexible) C12H22O11 C6H10O5
  8. 8. Page 237
  9. 9. • CO2Compound Covalent or Ionic Why?• H2 O Set u this p ½ p• NaCl w/y and age fill i of p our n th ape you r• CH4 rsel answer e colum like whe f on s n yo the ---chec ns u ar ne x k• C6H12O6 e do t sli ne de• KCl• KI
  10. 10. Compound Covalent or Ionic Why?• CO2 Covalent NonMetals Covalent NonMetals• H2 O Ionic Metal & NonMetal• NaCl Covalent NonMetals• CH4 Covalent NonMetals• C6H12O6 Ionic Metal & NonMetal• KCl• KI Ionic Metal & NonMetal
  11. 11. None unless you owe me something • Test #3 next Friday – Written only – ½ sheet of notes, front side only, done by hand 2. Binder Check #3 – next Friday.

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