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    • Lewis Dot Structure
    • Lewis Dot Structure
      • Chemical symbol of an element surrounded by dots equal to the number of valence electrons
    • Lewis Dot Structure
      • Used to describe chemical bonds
        • Ionic bonding
    • Lewis Dot Structure
      • Used to describe chemical bonds
        • Covalent bonds
    • Metals, non-metals and metalloid
      • Metals:
        • An element that has the characteristic properties of luster, thermal conductivity, electric conductivity and malleability
    • Metals, non-metals and metalloid
      • Metals:
        • Group IA metals form +1 ions
        • Group IIA metals form +2 ions
        • Group IIIA metals form +3 ions
    • Metals, non-metals and metalloid
      • Non-metals:
        • An element that has the characterized by lack of luster, thermal conductivity, electric conductivity and malleability
    • Metals, non-metals and metalloid
      • Metals:
        • Group VIIA metals form -1 ions
        • Group VIA metals form -2 ions
        • Group VA metals form -3 ions
        • Group IVA does not form ions (forms covalent bonds)
    • Metals, non-metals and metalloid
      • Metalloid:
        • An element with properties intermediate between those of metals and nonmetals