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What is a valence electron
a) exchange or sharing of electrons between 2 or more atoms b) that atoms can have more stable elctrons configuration like the noble gases c) s and p electrons in the outer most energy levels/shell that are most likely to be involved in chemical bonding d) thay already have a full set of valence electrons
what is chemical bonding
a) exchange or sharing of electrons between 2 or more atoms b) that atoms can have more stable elctrons configuration like the noble gases c) s and p electrons in the outer most energy levels/shell that are most likely to be involved in chemical bonding d) thay already have a full set of valence electrons
why does chemical bonds occur
a) exchange or sharing of electrons between 2 or more atoms b) that atoms can have more stable elctrons configuration like the noble gases c) s and p electrons in the outer most energy levels/shell that are most likely to be involved in chemical bonding d) thay already have a full set of valence electrons
why does group 18 elements not want to bond with other elements
a) exchange or sharing of electrons between 2 or more atoms b) that atoms can have more stable elctrons configuration like the noble gases c) s and p electrons in the outer most energy levels/shell that are most likely to be involved in chemical bonding d) thay already have a full set of valence electrons
what type of electrons are involved in boding
a) electrons b) proton c) valence electrons d) neutrons
what rule explains why atoms want to from bonds
a) Lewis dot structure rule b) Niels Bohr rule c) Hunds rule d) octet rule
How many more electrons does Flourine need to be full
a) 4 b) 1 c) 3 d) 2
How many more elcetrons for phosphorous need to be full
a) 4 b) 1 c) 3 d) 2
how many more does aluminium need to be full
a) 5 b) 4 c) 6 d) 0
how many more Neon need to be full
a) 5 b) 6 c) 3 d) 0
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