Quarks and Leptons
Parts of an Atom
About the Designers
There are three kinds of bonds, convelant bonds, ionic bond, and metallic bonds.
An atom will share atoms only under certain circumstance.
An atom wants 8 valance electrons in their outer shell. If it has one, two or three, atoms in the outer shell, it will try and give away atoms.
An atom will be more reactive if it has close 7 atoms or 1 atom.
An ionic bond occurs when an atom transferrs electrons to another atom. When this happens, the atom losing the eletron becomes positively charged and the atom gaining the elctron becomes negatively charged.
An ionic bond occurs between a non-metal atom and a metal
A convelant bond occurs when two atoms share electrons