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Which formula represents a molecular solid?
a) NaCl b) C6H12O6 c) Cu d) KF
As a bond between a hydrogen atom and a sulfur atom is formed, electrons are
a) shared to form an ionic bond b) shared to form a covalent bond c) transferred to form an ionic bond d) transferred to form a covalent bond
Which type of bonding involves positive ions immersed in a sea of mobile electrons?
a) ionic b) nonpolar covalent c) polar covalent d) metallic
Sodium hydride and sodium chloride both have bonds which are primarily
a) metallic b) ionic c) covalent d) network
Metallic bonding occurs between atoms of
a) fluorine b) neon c) sulfur d) copper
Quartz and diamonds are best described as
a) molecular substances with coordinate covalent bonding b) molecular substances with ionic bonding c) network solids with covalent bonding d) network solids with ionic bonding
Which type of bond is formed when an ammonia molecule accepts a proton (H+)?
a) ionic b) electrovalent c) coordinate covalent d) metallic
The bonds in the compound MgSO4 can be described as
a) ionic, only b) covalent, only c) both ionic and covalent d) neither ionic nor covalent
What is the total number of pairs of electrons shared in a molecule of N2?
a) one pair b) two pairs c) three pairs d) four pairs
Which type of bonding is found in all molecular substances?
a) covalent bonding b) hydrogen bonding c) ionic bonding d) metallic bonding
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