Chapter 8 Bonding

Learning Targets:
College Board Performance Objectives:
  • Be able to write the Lewis symbol for any atom.
  • Understand the energies involved in the formation of ionic bonds—ionization energy, electron affinity, and lattice energy.
  • Predict the formula of an ionic compound between representative elements using the octet rule, and predict an atom's probable valence, using the periodic table.
  • Describe what happens to radius when an atom forms an ion.
  • Be able to explain the variation in size of an isoelectronic series.
  • Describe the nature of the covalent bond in terms of electron cloud overlap.
  • Be able to show covalent bond formation using Lewis symbols.
  • Be able to draw Lewis structures for bonds between atoms—single, double, and triple covalent.
  • Relate bond energies to bond order.
  • Explain electonegativity, how it varies on the periodic table, and its relationship to the nature of the bond between two atoms.
  • Predict the polarities of bonds between any two atoms from their electonegativities or their positions on the periodic table.
  • Write correct Lewis structures for any simple molecule or ion even when there is an exception to the octet rule.
  • Be able to write resonance structures when no one structure is adequate.
  • Relate the number of electron domains in the valence shell of an atom to the geometric arrangement of electrons around the atom.
  • Understand that the relative degree of repulsion between nonbonding pairs is greater than between bonding pairs of electrons.
  • Predict the molecular shape of a molecule or ion from its Lewis structure.
  • Predict, from its molecular shape and the electonegativities of the atoms involved, whether a molecule is polar (has a dipole).
  • Explain the types of hybridization.
  • Assign the type of hybridization on the basis of the electron geometry of the valence shell of an atom.
  • Describe the bonding between atoms in a molecule as or .
  • Explain the concept of delocalization in bonds.
  • Describe how molecular orbitals are formed from atomic orbitals.
  • Explain the meaning of bonding and antibonding molecular orbitals.
  • Construct the molecular-orbital energy-level diagram for a diatomic molecule or ion, predicting the bond order and the number of unpaired electrons.

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