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CHEM 1010U Study Guide - Ionic Bonding, Atomic Number, Chartered Chemist


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CHEM 1010U
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Chem 1010 Chapter 6: Ionic Bonds and Some Main Group Chemistry Oct 23, 2014
Emission: output of radiation when an electron loses energy and is moved to a lower energy
orbital
Absorption: electron gains energy and is moved to a higher energy orbital
Radiation’s frequency corresponds to the energy difference between orbitals
EnEm=hv =hc
λ
Quantum Numbers and Orbitals
The Ionic Bond
Transfer of 1 or more electrons from one atom to another
Generally form between a metal and a nonmetal
Principal Quantum Number (n)
n = 1, 2, 3, 4…
Angular-Momentum Quantum Number (l)
l = 0 to n-1
Magnetic Quantum Number (ml)
-l to +l

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Chem 1010 Chapter 6: Ionic Bonds and Some Main Group Chemistry Oct 23, 2014
Metallic elements like Na, Mg tend to give up electrons
Nonmetallic elements like O, N, Cl, tend to accept electrons
Charged species called ions are formed

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Chem 1010 Chapter 6: Ionic Bonds and Some Main Group Chemistry Oct 23, 2014
Ions and Their Electron Configurations
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