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The bond formed when Mg combines with O2 is...
a) ionic b) covalent c) metallic d)
n an ionic bond, electrons are _________ or _______.
a) lose or gain b) share c) neither d) all the above
How is the bond in F2 different from the bond in KCl ?
a) F2 is covalent while KCl is ionic b) F2 is ionic while KCl is covalent c) F2 is ionic and KCl is ionic d) F2 and KCl are covalent
The process of becoming an ion from an atom is called as ________.
a) electronegativity b) ionization c) electrolysis d)
When a Cl atom gains an electron, it gets a charge of ________.
a) +1 b) -1 c) 0 d) none of the above
An atom that has lost or gained electrons becomes a (an) _______.
a) atom b) electron c) ion d) proton
Non-metals tend to _______ electrons to be come ________ ions.
a) lose, positive b) gain, negative c) lose, neutral d) gain, neutral
Metals tend to _______ electrons to become _____ ions.
a) gain, negative b) gain, positive c) gain, neutral d) lose, positive
Ionic bond is formed between atoms of ________ and _______.
a) metals and non metals b) metals and metalloids c) non-metals and metals d) nonmetals and nonmetals
Covalent bond is formed between atoms of ________.
a) metals b) non-metals c) halogens d) noble gases
Valence electrons are located_______.
a) closer to the nucleus b) on the outer principal energy level c) in the nucleus d)
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