Introduction to Bonding

Unit 4: Compounds
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: Students will be able to use electronegativity values to decide if a bond is ionic or molecular, and describe differences in physical characteristics for substances with each type of bond.

Big Idea: Large differences in electronegativity values between bonding atoms result in ionic bonding. Substances with ionic bonds have different properties than other substances.

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Science, Chemistry, ionic bonds, bond formation, NGSS, periodic table, compound
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