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Thursday, May 21

  1. page Silicon2 edited ... {group_bond.JPG} Group Bond Ionic Bonding: An ion is an atom that has lost or gained an elect…
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    Ionic Bonding: An ion is an atom that has lost or gained an electron. Their are two types of ions. When an atom gains an electron and becomes negatively charged it is an anion. When an atom loses an electron and becomes positively charged it is a cation. I can not form an ion because I am in group 14 and can not make up my mind if I want to gain or lose electrons. An ionic bond is formed between a metal and non-metal. I can not make this bond because I can not make an ion.
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    Metallic Bond: A metallic bond is formed by the attraction between positively charged metal ions and the electrons around them. In a metallic bond electrons move freely between metal atoms. I can not form this bond because I am not a metal.
    Friend Space: I would like to make friends with Carbon, Germanium, Hydrogen, Boron, Oxygen, Sulfur, Selenium, Tellurium, Polonium, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Arsenic, Antimony, Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine, and Astatine through Covalent Bonds.
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Wednesday, May 20

  1. page Tin4 edited ... Most are grey or black and transparent Not as reactive {Electron_dot_diagram.JPG} Insert th…
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    Most are grey or black and transparent
    Not as reactive
    {Electron_dot_diagram.JPG} Insert the Lewis Structure picture. To insert a picture, click the icon that looks like a tree in a box (Insert Images and Files) that is on the Editing toolbar. Browse and find the file that is your saved picture of the element. Hit Upload. Go to where it states [file:title of file.jpg]. Place your cursor where you want to insert the image on the screen and click. Now, double click the icon of the picture and it will upload. Click "Save" on the top of the screen. Make sure that the page looks how you want it up to this point, then click "Edit" and continue adding information to your page.
    Covalent Bonding - Nonpolar covelant bonds occur when electronsare equally attracted to the positive nucleus of each atom. They can also occur when you bond two of the same atom together. Polar covalent bonds occur when the shared electrons are attracted to the nucleusn of one atom more then the other. They happen when different atoms share electrons. Covalent bonds are formed when two or more atoms share valence electrons to form a complete outer shell. The atoms can share up to three outer energy level electrons. To show these bonds, the lewis dot structures of the elements are drawn. For every hole, where there is an electron missing, a line needs to be drawn to show that an electron is being shared to complete the outer shells of all of the atoms. Then redraw the element symbol and make a dash for the bond. Then draw the lone pairs back around the symbol. This bond can only be formed with nonmetals. This means that me, tin, cannot from this type of bond.
    Metallic Bonding- A mettallic bond is a bond formed by the attraction between positivelt charged metal ions, and the electrons around them. Electrons move freely between metal atoms. Metals conduct electricity, conduct heat, and are flexible. This specific type of bond can only be formed by two metals.
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Thursday, January 15

  1. page Nitrogen5 edited ... Element Information: What's up, my name is Nitrogen Nitrogen, and I'm a laid back kind of no…
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    Element Information:
    What's up, my name is Nitrogen Nitrogen, and I'm a laid back kind of non-metal. I live on 265 Element Drive, and I was born on February 4, 1772 in Scotland. My dad's name is Daniel Rutherford, which he is a physician. My family is the Pnictogen group, consisting of two brothers, and two sisters. Their names are Phosphorous who is 15, Arsenic which just turned 33,Antimony who is 51, and my oldest brother which is Bismuth,ages at 82 years old. I am the fifth most abundent element in the universe, saying that I'm pretty famous. I take up 78% of Earth's atmosphere, which tells you I need to lay off the twinkies, or run a mile or two. I have seven protons, electrons, and neutrons. Also, I have 5 electrons in my outer energy level.
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    Covalent Bonding:
    A covalent bond is when atoms share one or more pairs of electrons. To form a covalent bond you find a nonmetal atom that will help you and the other atom add up to eight electrons. Then you share the electrons. This type of bond only happens between nonmetal atoms. There are double, triple, and quadruple covalent bonds also. There are also non-polar and polar covalent bonds. A non-polar bond is a bond two of the same atoms bonding. A polar bond is a bond of two different non-metal atoms. I can make this bond because I am a non-metal. I could bond with three chlorines or a chlorine atom and an oxygen atom also. Another, thing I could bond with is myself.
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    Metallic Bonding- A Metallic bonding is where Metal cations and electrons are oppositly charged which are attracted to each other and they are also attracted to other metal cations. The electrostatic forces are called metallic bonds and that's what hold the particals together in a metal. A electron is free to move to other atoms in a metallic bond. Materials is what forms in a metallic bond which is why nitrogen can not form a bond because nitrogen is a gas.
    Friends,Please Join Me!
    I want to be friends with Flourine because he/she is also a non- metal, and we would form a perfect covalent bond. Then, I can also form a ionic bond with group 1, and a couple more groups too. There, are a few elements I want to be friends with that wold be ionic and covalent bonds. For example, their is Sulfer, Alluminum, Potassium, and Chlorine.
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  2. page Phosphorus1 edited Phosphorus Nitrogen.:) 315 Sunnylane Sunny lane Okeechobee Florida,36791.! 1669 A.D.! Met…

    Phosphorus Nitrogen.:)
    315 SunnylaneSunny lane Okeechobee Florida,36791.!
    1669 A.D.!
    Metal.!Non-Metal.!
    Family Background,Background,I'm well know to make triple covalent bonds and stability.I'm also toxic.
    Favorite movie: first sunday.!Sunday.!
    Favorite song:Video phone.!
    Favorite color: blue!
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    bond because i'mi am between non-metals. non-metals.I can make covalent bonds with Nitrogen!
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    Ionic Bonding: :) ionic bonding is when two atoms (metals and non-metals) who have opposite charges form together to make a bond. This happens when a atom that has more than 4 valence electrons tries to gain 1 to 3 more which would cause it to have a full energy level and make it negative because it has more negative charges than positive, and a atom that has less than 4 tries to lose 1 to 3 electrons to have a full outer energy level and to become positive. When this process happens a bond forms and they are both happy. I can form this bond.
    Metallic Bonding:Metallic bonds are bonds between metals. I can sadly not form this bond. :(
    So yea, I need friends.so join me!!!!!!!!!!
    I can form a Covalent bond with: Oxygen, Florine, Sulfur, Nitrogen, Bromine.
    I cannot form a metallic form because i am not a metal.
    I can form a ionic bond with: Aluminum, Gallium, Indium.
    Yea I'm cool :)))))))))))))))))))))))))

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  6. page Nitrogen5 edited About Me: Element Information: What's up, my name is Nitrogen Nitrogen, and I'm a laid ba…

    About Me:

    Element Information:

    What's up, my name is Nitrogen Nitrogen, and I'm a laid back kind of non-metal. I live on 265 Element Drive, and I was born on February 4, 1772 in Scotland. My dad's name is Daniel Rutherford, which he is a physician. My family is the Pnictogen group, consisting of two brothers, and two sisters. Their names are Phosphorous who is 15, Arsenic which just turned 33,Antimony who is 51, and my oldest brother which is Bismuth,ages at 82 years old. I am the fifth most abundent element in the universe, saying that I'm pretty famous. I take up 78% of Earth's atmosphere, which tells you I need to lay off the twinkies, or run a mile or two. I have seven protons, electrons, and neutrons. Also, I have 5 electrons in my outer energy level.
    Covalent Bo {nitrogen_23.JPG} Nitrogennding:
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    Covalent Bonding:
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    with is myself Friends, Please Join Me! List all types of bonds and example elementsmyself.
    Ionic Bonding:
    An ion is an atom
    that should bond with you. I Want to Join On another element's page (created by another student), click edithas received electrons or given electrons away making the page and typeatom positive or negative. To determine if you give or receive electrons it is all based on which one is easier. If you are in groups 1, 2, or 13 you will give them away beacasue it is easier for you to do so. After this section only. Addprocess you will be considered a blank line under this areacation. Cations are only metals and explainpositive ions. For example, it would be Lithium positive 1 because it gave one electron away. If you are in a sentencegroup 15, 16, or two who17 then you are (element and class period - hydrogen3),will receive electrons because that is what type of bondis easier. Then you would form with the element on this page,get to be an anion. Anions only happen between non-metals and whyatoms that receive electrons. To determine if you are negative three, positive three, etc. you take how many electrons you gave away or received and put a positive sign or negative sign and the amount of electrons. For example, it would be Nitrogen negative three because it received three electrons. I can form an ion because I am a non-metal and not in group 18 or 14. Group 14 does not form ions because it can't decide whether to give or receive electrons and group 18 is perfect already. I could bond with this element. After youaluminum and he would give me three electrons so he has a perfect outer energy level then I would have typed your sentence, highlight your element name (hydrogen3)a perfect energy level. Then aluminum would be aluminum positive three and click the "Insert Link" button from the editing toolbar (Globe withnitrogen negative three. An ionic bond is a chain at the bottom). Make sure that the link textbond between a non-metal and the page name are your element name and period number. Do not change themmetal to make each one have a perfect outer energy level. This happens by giving electrons away or putreceiving them. I can form this bond because I am a spacenon-metal and I'm not in between them. Click "OK"group 14 or 18.
    Metallic Bonding:
    Metallic Bonding- A Metallic bonding is where Metal cations
    and now "Save" the page. Click on your element nameelectrons are oppositly charged which are attracted to link backeach other and they are also attracted to your element's page. If your page does not appear, ask for assistance and go backother metal cations. The electrostatic forces are called metallic bonds and redothat's what hold the link on this section. particals together in a metal. A electron is free to move to other atoms in a metallic bond. Materials is what forms in a metallic bond which is why nitrogen can not form a bond because nitrogen is a gas.
    Friends,Please Join Me!

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  7. page Fluorine2 edited ... Halogen,O,S, protons= neutrons=, electrons= and valance electron Insert the Lewis Structure…
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    protons= neutrons=, electrons= and valance electron
    Insert the Lewis Structure picture. To insert a picture, click the icon that looks like a tree••
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    Covalent Bonding
    1. A chemical link between two atoms
    in a box (Insert Images and Files) that is onwhich electrons are shared between them.
    2. When two oxygen atoms form
    the Editing toolbar. Browse and find the file that is your saved picturecompound O2, they share two pairs of the element. Hit Upload. Go to whereelectrons, forming two covalent bonds.
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    Ionic bonding
    1. An atom or a group
    of file.jpg]. Place your cursor where you want to insert the image on the screen and click. Now, double click the icon of the picture and it will upload. Click "Save" on the top of the screen. Make sureatoms that the page looks how you want it up to this point, then click "Edit" and continue adding information to your page.
    Covalent Bonding - (include
    has acquired a net electric charge by gaining or losing one or more thanelectrons.
    2. The metal donates
    one type of covalent bond) Explain how the element fitsor more electrons, forming a positively charged ion or cation with covalent bonding. Include a link to your document.
    To link
    stable electron configuration.
    4. An avrege person cannot make this bond because it is too hard.
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    a document, use the same method as you did for the picture. Click the icon that looks like a treechemical bond in which one atom loses an electron to form a box (Insert Imagespositive ion and Files) that is on the Editing toolbar. Browse and find the file that is your saved document. Hit Upload. Goother atom gains an electron to where it states [file:title of file.doc]. Place your cursor where you want to insertform a negative ion.
    2. After
    the document onreaction takes place, the screencharged Na+ and click. Now, double click the icon of the Word Document and it will upload. Click "Save" on the top of the screen. Try clicking your new link and ensure thatCl- ions are held together by electrostatic forces, thus forming an ionic bond.
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    4. An avrege person cannot make this bond because
    it is how you would like it to appear. Now, click "Edit" and continue adding information to your page.
    Bond - Explain a different type of
    too hard.
    Metallic bonding
    1. A chemical
    bond other than covalent.
    Bond - Explain another type of bond.
    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 youwhich electrons are (elementshared over many nuclei and class period - hydrogen3), what type of bond you would form with the element on this page, and why you would formelectronic conduction occurs.
    2. In
    a bond with this element. After you have typed your sentence, highlight your element name (hydrogen3) and clickmetal, the "Insert Link" button fromouter electrons are shared among all the toolbar (Globe with a chain atatoms in the bottom). Make sure thatsolid. Each atom gives up its outer electrons and becomes slightly positively charged. The negatively charged electrons hold the link text andmetal atoms together. Since the page nameelectrons are your element namefree to move, they lead to good thermal and period number. Do not change them or put a spaceelectrical conductivity.
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    Electrons
    in between them. Click "OK" and now "Save"a metallic bond act like the close packing causes the outermost energy levels of the page. Click on your element nameatoms to link backoverlap, therefore, electrons are free to your element's page. If your page does not appear, askmove from atom to atom.
    4. No you cannot form this type of atom because it is too hard
    for assistance and go back and redo the link on this section. average person.
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