Chemical Bonding Reactions Practice Problems for High School Physical Science and/or Chemistry. This resource includes two different worksheets (one easy, one more advanced) on Lewis-dot structures and bonding reactions to use during your Chemical Bonding Unit.
What is included in this resource?
- Bonding Reactions Practice Problem Worksheet Level 1 (Editable)
- Bonding Reactions Practice Problem Worksheet Level 2 (Editable)
- Reference Table: Table of Electronegativities
- Teacher Answer Keys
- Teacher Guide
By completing these two worksheets, students will accomplish the following goals and objectives:
- Students will draw Lewis-dot structures of atoms and ions.
- Students will draw and diagram, using electron dot structures, the change in electrons that occurs when atoms form ionic bonds.
- Students will draw and diagram, using electron dot structures, the change in electrons that occurs when atoms form covalent bonds.
- From the dot diagrams, students will determine the formula of the resulting compound.
- Using a “Table of Electronegativities”, students will predict the type of bond (ionic, polar covalent, or nonpolar covalent) that occurs between two atoms.
In the Level 1 Worksheet:
- Students draw Lewis-dot structures for both atoms and ions.
- In the bonding reaction problems, students are given a pair of atoms and told the type of bond that will form between these atoms. Students will draw the dot diagrams and write the formula for the compound.
In the Level 2 Worksheet:
- Using the “Table of Electronegativities”, students will determine the electronegativity value for each element.
- Students will determine the difference in electronegativity between the atoms in order to determine the type of bond that will be formed.
- A Table of Electronegativities has been included in the download folder for this purpose.
- Once the bond type has been determined, students will proceed by drawing the dot diagram and writing the formula of the compound.
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