Chapter 2 - Bonding
- University of Virginia
- Materials Science And Engineering
- Materials Science And Engineering 209
- Chapter 2 - Bonding
Last Modified: 2011-05-04
Related Textbooks:Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction
Number electrons in neutral atom
ready to accept electrons to become a negatively charged ion
capable of giving up some valence electrons to become positively charged ion
with hydrogen as at least one component
metal + nonmetal
give up/take electrons
Metal + alloy
Valence electrons drift between atoms
avo's number of atoms/molecules in one of these
weak compared to primary bonding
weak compared to primary
evidenced by inert gases
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