by Amy Brown Science
9th - 12th Grade
Electronegativities of the Elements: Free Reference Table for your chemistry or physical science students.
When teaching my unit on Chemical Bonding, I give my students a copy of this reference table in order to have a quick and convenient way of looking up the electronegativity of an element.
As you know, the electronegativity of an element is used to determine if a bond is nonpolar covalent, polar covalent, or ionic. This is a 2-page free download. Page 1 has the periodic table showing the electronegativity of each element. Page 2 provides a brief explanation of electronegativity and the role it plays in bonding.
Both Word document and pdf files are included.
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