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Which of the following groups contain three elements that have a full outermost energy level and will not bond?
a) argon, neon, barium
b) helium, xenon, neon
c) xenon, neon, boron
d) lithium, krypton, argon

Typically, atoms gain or lose electrons to achieve
a) more energy.
b) ionization.
c) a full octet
d) vaporization.

In an electron dot diagram, the symbol for an element is used to represent
a) the nucleus.
b) the nucleus and valence electrons.
c) the nucleus and all electrons.
d) the nucleus and all non-valence electrons.

The formation of an ionic bond involves the
a) transfer of electrons.
b) sharing of electrons.
c) transfer of neutrons.
d) transfer of protons.

Which phrase best describes a metallic bond?
a) the attraction between a metal anion and a shared pool of electrons
b) the attraction between a metal cation and a shared pool of electrons
c) a bond that is formed by a metal
d) a bond that forms between a metal and a nonmetal

Which of the following substances is formed with an ionic bond?
a) NaCl
b) CO
c) O3
d) N2O

Covalent bonds are formed between...
a) compounds.
b) nonmetal atoms.
c) ions.
d) metal atoms.

Often atoms join so that each atom will have...
a) an equal number of protons and electrons.
b) more electrons than either protons or neutrons.
c) an outermost energy level that is full of electrons.
d) an even number of electrons.

A mixture is different from a compound because each substance in a mixture...
a) forms an ion.
b) changes its electric charge.
c) changes from a solid to a liquid.
d) retains its own properties.

In an electron dot diagram each dot represents a(n)
a) proton
b) none of these
c) electron
d) ion

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