Did atoms attain stability after ionic bonding?

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  • Réponse publiée par: homersoncanceranguiu

    Ionic bonding occurs between metal atoms and nonmetal atoms. ... Since electrons have a negative charge, the atom that gains electrons becomes a negatively charged ions (aka anion) because it now has more electrons than protons. Alternately, an atom that loses electrons becomes a positively charged ion (aka cations).

    Explanation:

    Ionic bonding occurs between metal atoms and nonmetal atoms. ... Since electrons have a negative charge, the atom that gains electrons becomes a negatively charged ions (aka anion) because it now has more electrons than protons. Alternately, an atom that loses electrons becomes a positively charged ion (aka cations).

  • Réponse publiée par: abbigail333

    Yes.

    Explanation:

    For example;

    Sodium and Neon

    After ionic bonding, Sodium(Metal) became isoelectronic with Neon(Non-metal), thus Sodium attained stability.

    Isoelectronic means Sodium attained the same electronic configuration with Neon.

  • Réponse publiée par: stacy05

    Stability is when the atom have 8 electrons based on the Octet Rule. After ionic bonding the atoms are stable because the metal transfers its electron to the nonmetal and complete its noble gas configuration.

  • Réponse publiée par: kurtiee

    Stability is when the atom have 8 electrons based on the Octet Rule. So after ionic bonding the atoms are stable because the metal transfers its electron to the nonmetal and complete its noble gas configuration.

    (sorry, can't explain well I did my best)

  • Réponse publiée par: homersoncanceranguiu
    Metallic atoms combine with non-metallic atoms by donating electrons. After donating electrons, the atom becomes positively charged and is called cation.
    Non-metallic atoms combine with metallic atoms by accepting electrons from metallic atoms. After accepting electrons, the atom becomes negatively charged and is called anion.
    The number of electrons to be donated by the metallic atom is equal to the number of electrons in its outermost shell (valence electrons). This is the valence of the atom and is ( + ).
    The number of electrons to be accepted by the non-metallic atom is equal to the difference between 8 and the number of electrons in its outermost shell (valence electrons). The result is the valence of the atom and is ( - ).
    The bond between combining ions is called ionic bond (depending on the difference between their Electronegativities).
  • Réponse publiée par: abyzwlye
    Of course after ionic bonding atoms attains stability because it involves a complete transfer of electrons. It attain stable because of nearest noble gas.
  • Réponse publiée par: hajuyanadoy
    yes atoms attain stability because by bonding it completes the number of electronsof its outermost shell. atom should have 8 electrons on its valence shell. 
  • Réponse publiée par: hajuyanadoy
    Yes, since their electrons have the same kind of arrangement as that of noble gases.
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