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Often atoms join so that each atom will have...
a) an outermost energy level that is full of electrons. b) an even number of electrons. c) an equal number of protons and electrons. d) more electrons than either protons or neutrons.
One molecule of glucose (C6H12O6) contains how many carbons?
a) 12 b) 2 c) 6 d) 1
The name dinitrogen tetraoxide tells you that this compound contains...
a) four nitrogens and four oxygen atoms. b) two nitrogen and two oxygen atoms. c) four nitrogen and two oxygen atoms. d) two nitrogen and four oxygen atoms.
The name for the compound with the formula CuBr2 would be written as...
a) copper (III) bromide. b) copper (II) bromide. c) copper bromide. d) copper (I) bromide.
The forces that hold different atoms or ions together are...
a) chemical bonds. b) physical bonds. c) nuclear bonds. d) electric currents.
An ionic bond is a bond that forms between...
a) ions with opposite charges. b) the electrons of two different atoms. c) atoms with neutral charges. d) one atom's nucleus and another atom's electrons.
Which compound is formed from a tight network of oppositely charged ions?
a) sugar, C12H22O11 b) salt, NaCl c) quartz, SiO2 d) water, H2O
A carbon atom can bond to 4 other atoms because it has...
a) 2 inner energy levels. b) no protons in its nucleus. c) 4 valence electrons. d) 4 different cations.
In which type of bond do atoms share electrons?
a) metallic bonds b) polyatomic bonds c) ionic bonds d) covalent bonds
When copper combines with oxygen to form copper (II) oxide, the charge of the copper ion is...
a) Cu+2 b) Cu+1 c) Cu+3 d) Cu+4
Covalent bonds form between...
a) nonmetals b) metals c) ions d) compounds
The anion formed from an oxygen atom is called a(n)...
a) oxide ion. b) oxygen ion. c) nitrogen ion. d) carbon dioxide.
What happens in a chemical reaction?
a) Atoms are rearranged. b) Atoms are created. c) Atoms are destroyed. d) Molecules are created.
___________ is the arrangement of atoms in a substance.
a) Chemical structure b) Chemical formula c) Chemical bond d) Molecular formula
A(n) ______________________ is the composition of a compound in terms of the relative numbers and kinds of atoms in the simplest ratio.
a) bond angle b) chemical structure c) empirical formula d) molecular formula
_________________ is the average distance between the nuclei of two bonded atoms.
a) Bond length b) Bond angle c) Distance d) Ionic bond
An ion made of two or more atoms is called a(n) __________________________.
a) ion b) polyatomic ion c) ionic bond d) metallic bond
The attractive forces that hold atoms or ions together are called________________________.
a) chemical bonds b) ionic bonds c) covalent bonds d) metallic bonds
The angle formed by two bonds to the same atom is called ____________________.
a) bond angle b) bond length c) ionic bond d) covalent bond
A bond formed when atoms share one or more pairs of electrons is called ________________________.
a) covalent bond b) ionic bond c) metallic bond d) polyatomic bond
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