• Chemistry
  • Year 11

Bonding

approx. 10 hrs

13 topics

134 concepts

Learn about the nature of Chemical Bonding and its importance as a core concept in Senior Chemistry.

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Overview

The Year 11 Bonding program is aligned to the New South Wales Chemistry curriculum within Module 1: Properties and Structure of Matter. This topic explores Chemical Bonding in the context of ionic, covalent and metallic bonding, the shapes of molecules, intermolecular forces and allotropes.

Topics & Concepts We Cover

This learning program is made up of the following 13 topics, broken down into 134 concepts.

  • Allotropes 10 concepts

    1. Diamond

    2. The Fullerene Family

    3. Gaphene

    4. Nanotubes

    5. Oxygen Allotropes

    6. Sulfur Allotropes

    7. Allotropes

    8. Phosphorus Allotropes

    9. Carbon Allotropes

    10. Graphite

  • Solubility 10 concepts

    1. Dissolution of Covalent Compounds in Water

    2. Solubility

    3. Saturated and Unsaturated Solutions

    4. Polar and Nonpolar Solvents

    5. Predicting Solubility using Like Dissolves Like

    6. Solubility Rules

    7. Water's Solvent Properties and Importance

    8. Dissolution of Ionic Compounds

    9. Dissolution of Covalent Compounds: Like Dissolves Like

    10. Solute, Solvent and Solutions

  • Properties of Liquids 4 concepts

    1. Properties of Liquids

    2. Surface Tension

    3. Capillarity

    4. Viscosity

  • Properties of Solids 7 concepts

    1. Types of Solids

    2. Atomic Solids

    3. Molecular Solids

    4. Ionic Solids

    5. Metallic Solids

    6. Network Covalent Solids

    7. Amorphous Solids

  • Shapes of Molecules 24 concepts

    1. Using Shape to Determine Polarity

    2. Determining Molecular Shape

    3. Using Lewis Structures to Determine Shape

    4. Determining Bond Angles

    5. Classifying Molecular Shape

    6. The Shapes of Molecules

    7. Minimising Electron Pair Repulsion

    8. 3 VSEPR pairs: Trigonal Planar

    9. 3 VSEPR pairs: Bent

    10. 2 VSEPR pairs: Linear

    11. Molecular Shape and Polarity

    12. 5 VSEPR pairs: Trigonal Bipyramidal

    13. 6 VSEPR pairs: Octahedral

    14. 4 VSEPR pairs: Tetrahedral

    15. 4 VSEPR pairs: Trigonal Pyramidal

    16. 4 VSEPR pairs: Bent

    17. How to determine Molecular Shape

    18. Molecular Geometries

    19. Classifying Shapes of Molecules

    20. Effect of Lone Pair on Bonding Pairs

    21. Effect of Multiple Bonds on Bonding Pairs

    22. Drawing Shapes of Molecules (up to 4 VSEPR Pairs)

    23. Molecular Polarity

    24. Dipole Moment

  • Intermolecular Forces 14 concepts

    1. Intermolecular Forces

    2. Different Types of Intermolecular Forces

    3. Determining the Type(s) of Intermolecular Force Present

    4. Ion-Dipole Forces

    5. Boiling Point and Intermolecular Forces

    6. Dipole-Dipole Forces

    7. Dispersion Forces

    8. Strength of Dispersion Forces

    9. Strength of Dispersion Forces and Molecular Shape

    10. Origin of Hydrogen Bonding

    11. Hydrogen Bonding

    12. Effect of Hydrogen Bonding on Boiling Points

    13. Charge-Induced Dipole Forces

    14. Polarisability

  • Covalent Bonding 27 concepts

    1. Physical Properties of Network Covalent Compounds

    2. How the Covalent Bonding Model explains Physical Properties of Network Covalent Compounds

    3. Bonding Pairs and Lone Pairs

    4. Multiple Bonds and Bond Order

    5. Lewis Structures for Molecules with Multiple Bonds

    6. Lewis Structures for Electron Deficient Molecules

    7. Quantifying Ionic Character

    8. Lewis Structures for Molecules with Expanded Valence Shells

    9. Covalent Bonding

    10. Exceptions to the Octet Rule

    11. Covalent Compounds

    12. Physical Properties of Molecular Covalent Compounds

    13. Molecular Covalent Compounds

    14. How the Covalent Bonding Model explains Physical Properties of Molecular Covalent Compounds

    15. Network Covalent Compounds

    16. Writing Formulae for Inorganic Covalent Compounds

    17. Formation of Covalent Bonds

    18. Bond Energy and Bond Length

    19. Bond Energy

    20. Bond Length

    21. The Relationship between Bond Length, Bond Order and Bond Energy

    22. Lewis Electron Dot Diagrams for Covalent Compounds

    23. Discovery of Electronegativity

    24. Electronegativity Trend in the Periodic Table

    25. Polarity of Covalent Bonds

    26. Partial Ionic Character of Polar Covalent Bonds

    27. Nomenclature of Inorganic Covalent Compounds

  • Metallic Bonding 8 concepts

    1. Metallic Bonding

    2. Electron Sea Model

    3. Physical Properties of Metals

    4. How the Metallic Bonding Model explains Mechanical Properties

    5. How the Metallic Bonding Model explains Lustre

    6. How the Metallic Bonding Model explains Melting and Boiling Points

    7. How the Metallic Bonding Model explains Electrical and Thermal Conductivity

    8. How the Metallic Bonding Model explains Physical Properties of Metals

  • Bonding Outro 3 concepts

    1. Determining the Type of Compound from its Formula

    2. Explaining the Structure and Bonding within Compounds

    3. Using Physical Properties of Compounds to Determine the Type of Bonding

  • Resource: Polyatomic Ions 1 concept

    1. Common Polyatomic Ions

  • Bonding Intro 8 concepts

    1. Electronegativity: Rationale for Bonding

    2. Rationale for Bonding

    3. Chemical Stability and Bonding

    4. Octet Rule and Lewis Diagrams

    5. Valency

    6. Lewis Electron Dot Diagrams for Single Atoms and Ions

    7. Lewis Electron Dot Diagrams for Single Ions

    8. Common Monatomic Ions

  • Ionic Bonding 17 concepts

    1. Ionic Bonding

    2. Formulae of Binary Ionic Compounds

    3. Drop and Swap Method to determine the Formulae of Ionic Compounds

    4. Formulae of Ionic Compounds containing Polyatomic Ions

    5. Formulae of Ionic Compounds containing Oxyanions

    6. Lewis Structures for the Formation of Ionic Compounds

    7. The Ionic Crystal Lattice

    8. Lattice Energy

    9. Physical Properties of Ionic Compounds

    10. How the Ionic Bonding Model explains Physical Behaviour

    11. How the Ionic Bonding Model explains Melting and Boiling Points

    12. How the Ionic Bonding Model explains Electrical Conductivity

    13. Nomenclature of Ionic Compounds containing Polyatomic Ions

    14. Nomenclature of Binary Ionic Compounds

    15. Nomenclature of Binary Ionic Compounds containing Transition Metals

    16. Polyatomic Ions

    17. Nomenclature of Ionic Compounds containing Oxyanions

  • Resource: Periodic Table 1 concept

    1. The Periodic Table

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