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Concept Map

  1. 1. Identify the following as an ionic compound or a covalent compound 1. Potassium chloride: KCl 2. Sulfur tetrafluoride: SF4 3. Hydrochloric acid: HCl 4. Calcium oxide: CaO 1. Ionic 2. Covalent 3. Covalent 4. Ionic
  2. 2. Atom Proton Neutron Electron Its parts positive neutral negative Its charge Its charge Its charge electron cloudnucleus Found in the Found in the center of the atom Defined as Made up of
  3. 3. Energy levels or shells Made up of K L M 2 electrons 8 electrons 18 electrons Holds up to Holds up to Holds up to
  4. 4. Atom Elements Make up Matter made up of only one type of atom Defined as Found on the Almost exactly alike Atoms of elements are
  5. 5. Isotopes Ions Atoms with different numbers of neutrons An atom with a charge Defined as Defined as Some differences are
  6. 6. Periodic Table Found on the Three classifications are Groups Periods columns 1-18 Number of valence electrons rows 1-7 Number of energy shells Are the Are the Numbered Numbered Tells you Tells you
  7. 7. Three classifications are Metals NonmetalsMetalloids Good conductors Malleable Left side of periodic table Calcium Defined as Located on the Example Have properties of both metals and nonmetals Dark staircase line Silicon Defined as Located on the Example Poor conductors Not malleable Right side of periodic table Oxygen Defined as Located on the Example
  8. 8. CompoundsCome together to form Two or more elements chemically combined Defined as Ionic Covalent Two types of bonds are
  9. 9. Compounds formed from strong attraction of ions Defined as Compounds sharing electrons Defined as Ionic Covalent salt sugar Example Example
  10. 10. Compounds formed from strong attraction of ions Defined as Compounds sharing electrons Defined as Ionic Covalent salt sugar Example Example

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