Physical vs.
Chemical

Chemical
Equations

Valence
Electrons

Ionic
Bonding

Covalent
Bonding

Balancing
Equations

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1...
Changing the state or shape of
matter

What is a Physical Change?
Crushing a can and tearing paper

What is a Physical
Change?
Molecules in a substance combine
or break apart to form a new
substance
What is a Chemical Change?
Burning wood and rusting iron

What is a Chemical Change?
Formation of a gas or heat

What is a Chemical Change?
A Representation of Chemical
Reactions

What is a Chemical
Equation?
The attraction between two atoms
that hold them together

What is a Chemical Bond
Two reasons why Chemical
Reactions Occur

What is the breaking and
rearranging of Chemical
bonds?
Represents how many of a
particular atom

What is a subscript?
Represents how many of a
particular element or molecule

What is a coefficient?
The outer electrons in an atom

What are valence
electrons?
The valence electrons for Group 1
Elements

What is one?
The valence electrons for Group 14
elements?

What is four?
The number of valence electrons all
elements want to have

What is eight?
The reason for noble gases not
combining with other elements

What is they have a
complete outer shell?
Name of an atom when it loses or
gains electrons

Ion
Bond between two elements
because of lose or gain of electrons

Ionic Bond
The charge of an atom that gains
electrons

What is positive?
The charge of an atom that loses
electrons

What is negative?
In the formation of NaCl where are
the electrons lost and gained?

What is Na loses one and
Cl gains one?
The sharing of electrons to form a
bond

What is covalent bonding?
The types of elements that form
covalent bonds

What are nonmetals?
The Lewis dot structure of two
Covalently bonded Hydrogens

What is H H?
The Lewis Dot structure for two
bonded Flourine Atoms?

What is F F?
The Lewis Dot Structure for water?

What is H O H?
The Law that states why
Equations must be balanced

What is the Law of
Conservation of Mass
Can be changed in balancing
equations

What is the coeffiecent?
These numbers equal when an
equation is balanced

What is the number of
atoms of each element on
each side of the equation...
Balance the following:
LiCl + Br2 --> LiBr + Cl2

What is
2 LiCl + Br2 --> 2 LiBr + Cl2
Balance the following:
P4 + Br2 --> PBr3

What is
P4 + 6Br2 --> 4PBr3
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  1. 1. Physical vs. Chemical Chemical Equations Valence Electrons Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding Balancing Equations 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500
  2. 2. Changing the state or shape of matter What is a Physical Change?
  3. 3. Crushing a can and tearing paper What is a Physical Change?
  4. 4. Molecules in a substance combine or break apart to form a new substance What is a Chemical Change?
  5. 5. Burning wood and rusting iron What is a Chemical Change?
  6. 6. Formation of a gas or heat What is a Chemical Change?
  7. 7. A Representation of Chemical Reactions What is a Chemical Equation?
  8. 8. The attraction between two atoms that hold them together What is a Chemical Bond
  9. 9. Two reasons why Chemical Reactions Occur What is the breaking and rearranging of Chemical bonds?
  10. 10. Represents how many of a particular atom What is a subscript?
  11. 11. Represents how many of a particular element or molecule What is a coefficient?
  12. 12. The outer electrons in an atom What are valence electrons?
  13. 13. The valence electrons for Group 1 Elements What is one?
  14. 14. The valence electrons for Group 14 elements? What is four?
  15. 15. The number of valence electrons all elements want to have What is eight?
  16. 16. The reason for noble gases not combining with other elements What is they have a complete outer shell?
  17. 17. Name of an atom when it loses or gains electrons Ion
  18. 18. Bond between two elements because of lose or gain of electrons Ionic Bond
  19. 19. The charge of an atom that gains electrons What is positive?
  20. 20. The charge of an atom that loses electrons What is negative?
  21. 21. In the formation of NaCl where are the electrons lost and gained? What is Na loses one and Cl gains one?
  22. 22. The sharing of electrons to form a bond What is covalent bonding?
  23. 23. The types of elements that form covalent bonds What are nonmetals?
  24. 24. The Lewis dot structure of two Covalently bonded Hydrogens What is H H?
  25. 25. The Lewis Dot structure for two bonded Flourine Atoms? What is F F?
  26. 26. The Lewis Dot Structure for water? What is H O H?
  27. 27. The Law that states why Equations must be balanced What is the Law of Conservation of Mass
  28. 28. Can be changed in balancing equations What is the coeffiecent?
  29. 29. These numbers equal when an equation is balanced What is the number of atoms of each element on each side of the equation?
  30. 30. Balance the following: LiCl + Br2 --> LiBr + Cl2 What is 2 LiCl + Br2 --> 2 LiBr + Cl2
  31. 31. Balance the following: P4 + Br2 --> PBr3 What is P4 + 6Br2 --> 4PBr3

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