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The forces that hold different atoms or ions together are
a) electric current b) chemical bonds c) physical bonds d) nuclear forces
Each molecule of table sugar, C12H22O11 , contains
a) 0 atoms of carbon b) 1 atom of carbon c) 6 atoms of carbon d) 12 atoms of carbon
Gases take up a lot of space because gas molecules
a) have weak chemical bonds b) are not attracted to one another c) contains very few atoms d) have small molecular mass
Covalent bonds are formed between
a) ions b) metal atoms c) nonmetal atoms d) compounds
Copper is a very good conductor of electricity because its electrons
a) are positively charged b) can move from atom to atom c) have a 2- charge d) are repelled by protons
The name dinitrogen tetroxide tells you that this compound contains
a) two N atoms and two O atoms b) four N atoms and two O atoms c) two N atoms and four O atoms d) four N atoms and four O atoms
When copper combines with oxgen to form copper (II) oxiide, the charge of the copper ion is
a) Cu 1+ b) Cu 2+ c) Cu 3+ d) Cu 4+
It is possible for different covalent compounds to have the same empirical formula because empirical formulas represent
a) a total of all ionic bonda b) only the cations in the compound c) a model of the compound d) a ratio of atoms in the compound
How many chemical bonds can carbon form with other atoms?
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
Alkanes are hydrocarbons that contain
a) single covalent bonds only. b) single or double covalent bonds. c) carbon and oxygen only. d) carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
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