Your roll: experienced electron speech is adressed to: a new "freshman class" of electrons job: write a speech task: you are to pretend that you are giving a speech to a new group of electrons. be sure to mention their placement in an atom, their charge, and their role in chemical bonding (ionic and covalent) be specific!
3. Identify the elements and calculate the number of atoms in a chemical formula
All the capital letter in a chemical formula are the elements and if they have a number next to it that indicates the amount of atoms in the chemical formula if there is no number then there is 1.
We breathe out CO2 when we exhale. The chemical formula for carbon dioxide shows that carbon dioxide contains atoms of carbon (C) and oxygen (O).
Ionic transfers an electron while covalent shares a electron. Step-by-step explanation:
Two of the strongest forms of chemical bond are the ionic and the covalent bonds. Chemical bonds form between two atoms, each with its own electron environment
A covalent bond is a bond created between two nonmetals element. In here, both atoms share the electrons.
Both bonds involve interaction between atoms.
In prefer for oxygen to be stable and have 8 electrons, it must make 2 covalent bonds.
So, we can deduce that CO2 looks like this:
This molecule has two double bonds.
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