Electronegativity rules the universe

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Answer the following regarding atomic structure and the role of electronegativity in the formation of chemical bonds

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In a polar covalent bond, the atom with the higher electronegativity will form the (dipole?)
If two atoms have the same / almost the same electronegativity, then they will form (bond type?)
Trend: if the outermost electrons are in a higher orbital / farther away from the nucleus, then the electronegativity will be
Property of every atom based on its ability to attract and hold electrons
If two atoms have a large difference in electronegativity, then they will form (bond type?)
In an ionic bond, the atom with the lower electronegativity will lose an electron and form a (ion charge?)
Trend: if there are more protons in the nucleus, then an atom's electronegativity will be
Another name for a negative ion
The attraction between the positive dipole of one molecule and the negative dipole of another molecule is called a
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Neutral atomic particle, found in the nucleus
Another name for a positive ion
Negatively charged atomic particle, found orbiting the nucleus
In an ionic bond, the atom with the higher electronegativity will take an electron away, and form a (ion charge?)
In a polar covalent bond, the atom with the lower electronegativity will form the (dipole?)
The attraction between a positive ion and a negative ion
Positively charged atomic particle, found in the nucleus
A group of atoms connected together by covalent bonds
If two atoms have a small difference in their electronegativity, then they will form (bond type?)

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