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The goal of an atom is to achieve this
a) A stable electron configuration with 8 electrons in the outside shell b) an unstable electron configuration with 2 electrons in its outside shell c) A stable electron configuration with 8 electron on the inside shell d) A stable electron configuration with 6 electron in the outside shell
Which type of bond requires electrons to be shared between two nonmetals?
a) metallic b) covalent c) james d) ionic
Which of the following diagram shows you ONLY the outer electrons
a) HR diagram b) Atomic diagram c) Bohr diagram d) Lewis dot structure
Nonmetals typically ____________________ electrons in an ionic bond to form a (an) ____________.
a) lose; cation b) gain;cation c) share;neutral d) gain;anion
What type of bond is formed when electrons are transferred between a metal and a nonmetal?
a) ionic b) covalent c) james d) metallic
Atoms that gain electrons typically become
a) cations with a positive charge b) anions with a positive charge c) cations with a negative charge d) anions with a negative charge
Atoms that lose electrons typically become
a) anions with a positive charge b) cations with a negative charge c) cations with a positive charge d) anions with a negative charge
Valence electrons are found
a) on the outermost shell of an atom b) all the shells of an atom c) in the nucleus of the atom d) on the innermost ring of the atom
Metals typically ____________________ electrons in an ionic bond to form a (an) ____________.
a) cation;positive b) anion; negative c) cation;negative d) anion;positive
Metals become positively charged in an ionic bond because
a) it loses electrons, resulting in more protons in the atom b) it loses electrons, resulting in more neutrons in the atom c) it gains electrons, resulting in more electrons d) it gains protons, resulting in more protons than electrons
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