chemistry

a) Define the following terms:
• Electronegativity
• Bond polarity
• Ionization energy
b) What is the difference between ionic bonds, covalent bonds and polar covalent bonds? Give two examples of each
c) Draw Lewis structures for each of the following:
• BF3
• BF4
• XeF4
• PH3

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  1. Your text or notes contain all of these definitions. YOu don't need us to do your homework for that. As the for Lewis structure, we can't draw structures on this forum.

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