Use the periodic table to find the missing
information
Chlorine (Cl)
1.Number of protons
2.Number of electrons
3.Number of...
ReviewReview
IsotopesIsotopes
CompoundsCompounds
Matter made up ofMatter made up of
two or more elementstwo or more elements
chemically combinedchemica...
CompoundsCompounds
The new compoundsThe new compounds
formed have newformed have new
propertiesproperties
Ratio of their...
CompoundsCompounds
Molecule-smallestMolecule-smallest
unit of a compoundunit of a compound
Ionic BondIonic Bond
Strong attractiveStrong attractive
force between ions offorce between ions of
opposite chargesopposi...
Ionic BondIonic Bond
Valence electrons can beValence electrons can be
transferredtransferred
From one atom to anotherFro...
Ionic BondIonic Bond
Ionic compounds areIonic compounds are
usually formed from ausually formed from a
metal and a nonmet...
Ionic Bond
•NaCl
•MgO
Properties of Ionic CompoundsProperties of Ionic Compounds
Form strong 3-D crystalForm strong 3-D crystal
structuresstruc...
Properties of Ionic CompoundsProperties of Ionic Compounds
Tend to dissolve inTend to dissolve in
waterwater
This soluti...
Ionic Compounds
Ionic Compounds
Ionic Compounds
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Ionic Compounds

  1. 1. Use the periodic table to find the missing information Chlorine (Cl) 1.Number of protons 2.Number of electrons 3.Number of neutrons 4.Number of energy shells 5.Number of valence electron(s) 17 17 18 3 7
  2. 2. ReviewReview IsotopesIsotopes
  3. 3. CompoundsCompounds Matter made up ofMatter made up of two or more elementstwo or more elements chemically combinedchemically combined The elements loseThe elements lose their individualtheir individual propertiesproperties
  4. 4. CompoundsCompounds The new compoundsThe new compounds formed have newformed have new propertiesproperties Ratio of their parts areRatio of their parts are exactexact NaCl, HNaCl, H22O, COO, CO22
  5. 5. CompoundsCompounds Molecule-smallestMolecule-smallest unit of a compoundunit of a compound
  6. 6. Ionic BondIonic Bond Strong attractiveStrong attractive force between ions offorce between ions of opposite chargesopposite charges
  7. 7. Ionic BondIonic Bond Valence electrons can beValence electrons can be transferredtransferred From one atom to anotherFrom one atom to another If an atom gains or losesIf an atom gains or loses electrons, it becomeselectrons, it becomes electrically chargedelectrically charged IonIon
  8. 8. Ionic BondIonic Bond Ionic compounds areIonic compounds are usually formed from ausually formed from a metal and a nonmetalmetal and a nonmetal
  9. 9. Ionic Bond •NaCl •MgO
  10. 10. Properties of Ionic CompoundsProperties of Ionic Compounds Form strong 3-D crystalForm strong 3-D crystal structuresstructures Hard, rough, and brittleHard, rough, and brittle Solid at room tempSolid at room temp High melting pointsHigh melting points
  11. 11. Properties of Ionic CompoundsProperties of Ionic Compounds Tend to dissolve inTend to dissolve in waterwater This solution conductsThis solution conducts electricity very wellelectricity very well

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