...or mercury). X could also be tin or lead, metals found in group IVA (SnS or PbS).
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...have 1 valence electron and can form one bond*. The elements in group IVA (14) have four valence electrons and can form up to four bonds, take...
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3) 13(IIIA) Examples: AlCl3, Al2O3
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Group 1A because the first electron requires only 800 Kj of energy per mole yet the next electron requires a large jump to 2450 Kj, so you are breaking into a stable octet of electrons just below the outer energy level.
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1. Which of the following does Coulomb's law state? B. An ionic bond will double in strength if the charge of one of the ions doubles. 2. What is the difference between a crystalline solid and an amorphous solid? C. A...
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