About me :


well my name is Beryllium Alkalyne .
i live 22 Periodic RD and Stephanievill Maryland 29855 . ♥
1953 is the day i eat my cake and have a party with all my friends . (:
witch is always the funnest partest part of the whole day and well the percents too .
i am metal .
my family is Mg ,Ca ,Sr ,Ba ,Ra there alright but I'm not complaining .
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number of protons are 4 ,number of electrons are 7 ,


Covalent Bonding - are formed when atoms share one or more paris of elements ,between nonmetals atomes ,electrons are not seen from one atom to another , they are shared by both atoms .non polar covalent bonds occur when electrons are qually attracted to the positive nucleus of ach atom .nonpolar covalent bonds occur when you bond two of the same atom together ,polar covalent bonds occur when the shared electrins are attracted to the nucleus of one atom more than the other .polar covanlent bonds occur when two different atoms shar electrons .



Metallic bond - niclui are lined up and they jump from one metal to another and im going to bond with myself . :)
a metallic bond is a bond fromed by the attraction between positively charged metal ions and the electrons around them ,electrons move freely between metal atoms .this modl explains why metals
*conduct electricty
*conduct heat
*are flexible

Bond -Bond - Ionic Bond is a type of chemical bond that can often form between metal and non-metal ions (or polyatomic ions such as ammonium) through electrostatic attraction. In short, it is a bond formed by the attraction between two oppositely charged ions.is a type of chemical bond that can often form between metal and non-metal ions (or polyatomic ions such as ammonium) through electrostatic attraction. In short, it is a bond formed by the attraction between two oppositely charged ions.

Bond - Matallic bond- Is a bond between two metals

Bond - Explain a fourth type of bond.

Friends, Please Join Me!
List all types of bonds and example elements that should bond with you.

I Want to Join
On another element's page (created by another student), click edit the page and type in this section only. Add a blank line under this area and explain in a sentence or two who you are (element and class period - hydrogen3), what type of bond you would form with the element on this page, and why you would form a bond with this element. After you have typed your sentence, highlight your element name (hydrogen3) and click the "Insert Link" button from the editing toolbar (Globe with a chain at the bottom). Make sure that the link text and the page name are your element name and period number. Do not change them or put a space in between them. Click "OK" and now "Save" the page. Click on your element name to link back to your element's page. If your page does not appear, ask for assistance and go back and redo the link on this section