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All the elements in group II (and 22 BONDING IN SOLIDS He) with filled s2 shells and in group VIII with filled s2 and p6 shells have negative values of EA. These atoms are therefore unstable as negative ions. 8 Valence The valence z of an atom is usually defined either as the number of electrons it can share with other atoms in covalent bonds or as the number of electrons it can gain or lose in the formation of ionic bonds. These two definitions are often equivalent. For example, the H atom can share its single 1s electron in a covalent bond with another H atom or can give it up to a F atom during the formation of an ionic HF molecule.
For example, the H atom can share its single 1s electron in a covalent bond with another H atom or can give it up to a F atom during the formation of an ionic HF molecule. In either case the valence of the H atom is 1. On the basis of this definition, the most common valences for atoms are given by the number of outer-shell s and p electrons and so can readily be predicted from their locations in the periodic table. For example, atoms from group I (H, Li, Na, . ) and VII (F, Cl, Br, . ) have valence 1, atoms from group II (Be, Mg, Ca, .
Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 11, Suppl. 2 (1982). , the reaction is exothermic). The cohesive energy of ˛-SiO2 at T D 0 K according to the reaction SiO2 s ! 84 kJ/mol. 6 Here f Ho [Si g ] and f Ho [O g ] are the standard enthalpies of formation of gasphase Si and O atoms from solid Si(s) and O2 g at T D 0 K, respectively. 6 Bond Energies The cohesive energy Hc [SiO2 s ] was shown in Eq. 84 kJ/mol. 80 eV. 4 have been obtained from cohesive energies using this procedure. The crystals whose cohesive energies are used are also listed.