This worksheet is meant to help students understand the difference between ionic, metallic and covalent bonds by showing a molecule containing two elements. Students then have to determine of the three types of bonds would most likely exist between them. There is no equation balancing involved and bonds may not exist in this form in nature. This is a simple drill-oriented worksheet to ensure students understand the concepts of bonds.
I use the worksheet with my Integrated Science students who do not go too deeply into chemical bonding. (The deeper study comes in their Chemistry class a few years later.) This sheet, however, is a great introduction.
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Chemistry Worksheet Bundle
Created by Rob Whitbey.
Keywords: #Bonds, #Chemistry, #Metallic, #Covalent, #Ionic