Asked in Elements and Compounds
The attractive force between sodium ions and chloride ions results in an arrangement of ions in repeating units arrangement of ions in repeating units arranged to form what?
I assume you have Chemistry, not my favorite class this year but anyways.. The attractive force pulls many ions together into a tightly packed structure. The tight packing of the ions causes any salt, such as sodium chloride, to have a distinctive crystal structure. Crystal structure is your answer. Cool fact. The smallest crystal of table salt that you could see would still have more than a billion billion sodium and chloride ions! Good day<3 ...
You are investigating a crystal It has repeating patterns of positive and negative ions What type of bonding does it exhibit?
the crystal exhibits ionic bonding, with a lattice structure.
Asked in Elements and Compounds, Chemical Bonding
When ions arrange themselves in an orderly structure what is that structure known as?
When ions arrange themselves in an orderly structure, that structure is known as a ...
Asked in Chemical Bonding
What is the repeating arrangement of ions in an ionic compound called?
The name I think you're looking for is "lattice", where the oppositely charged ions arrange themselves in a giant 3-D network throughout an ionic solid. ...
What is the difference between atomic structure and crystal structure?
Atomic structure is the shape and arrangement of the sub-atomic particles in an atom with a dense and central positive nucleus surrounded by electrons in orbits. A crystal structure is the shape, size, and arrangement of atoms, ions, molecules in a repeating or periodic array over large atomic distance. ...
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
How are ions arranged in a crystal?
They are in a repeating, geometric pattern. A crystal's ions are arranged in an orderly, repeating, geometric pattern. Here's a link: http://www.scienceclarified.com/Co-Di/Crystal.html they are happy in a orderly 3-D arrangement ...