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Ions Vocabulary Chemical Formulas Naming Compounds Valence Electrons
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What is P 3-?
This is the formula for the phosphide ion.
100
What are valence electrons?
Electrons in the outermost energy level of the element's electron cloud.
100
What is (NH4)2O?
The chemical formula for ammonium oxide.
100
What is sodium chloride?
Name NaCl.
100
What is 8?
The number of valence electrons neon has.
200
What is a cation?
The ion that loses electrons.
200
What is an ionic compound?
The compound formed from the transferring of valence electrons by cations and anions.
200
What is LiBr?
The chemical formula for lithium bromide.
200
What is aluminum phosphide?
Name AlP
200
What is 5?
The number of valence electrons antimony has.
300
What is an anion?
The ion that is formed by the gaining of electrons by nonmetals.
300
What is an alloy?
A mixture of two or more elements, one of which is a metal.
300
What is AgIO4?
The chemical formula for silver periodate.
300
What is iron (III) oxide?
Name Fe2O3
300
What is see board?
The electron dot structure for sulfur looks like this.
400
What is Al 3+?
This is the formula for an aluminum ion.
400
What is an ionic bond?
The electrostatic attraction that binds oppositely charged ions together.
400
What is SnS?
The chemical formula for tin (II) sulfide.
400
What is lithium sulfate?
Name Li2SO4
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What is 2?
The number of valence electrons helium has.
500
What is NO3 -?
This is the formula for a nitrate ion.
500
What is a metallic bond?
The attraction of free-floating valence electrons for positively charged metal ions.
500
What is Cu(OH)2?
The chemical formula for copper (II) hydroxide.
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What is copper (II) phosphate?
Name Cu3(PO4)2
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What is see board?
The electron dot structure for boron looks like this.






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