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San Diego State University
Department
Chemistry
Course
CHEM 100
Professor
Robert Wilson
Semester
Fall

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Chemistry 100 9/15 notes Electrolytes (salts)-  conducts electricity when dissolved in water.  Ionic compounds dissociate into charged ions in a solution. Non-electrolytes  nonconductive of electricity,  covalent compounds do not dissociate in solution Ionization Energy  Energy required to remove an electron/make an ion  On Periodic table, increases towards top right corner Electronegativity  The ability of an atom to attract electrons to itself Type of bond Difference in electronegativity Non polar covalent 0-0.4 (Typically same atom) Polar Covalent 0.4-1.5 Ionic >1.5 Difference in electronegativity determine how evenly electrons are shared Lewis Structures Compounds form when atoms achieve a valence octet through sharing of electrons Bond  Sharing of electron pair  Bonding represented by a line  Le
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