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How many pairs of electrons must two Nitrogens share to become stable?
a) zero
b) one
c) two
d) three

Which is a molecule?
a) NaCl
b) MgO
c) CO
d) LiO

Name this formula: FeO
a) Iron (II) Oxide
b) Iron (III) Oxide
c) Iron Oxide
d) Iron Monoxide

Name this formula: LiF
a) Lithium Floride
b) Lithium Florine
c) Lithium Monofloride
d) Monolithium Monofloride

What is the charge of a Magnesium ion?
a) 2-
b) 2+
c) 0
d) 1-

Name this formula: MgO
a) Magnesium Oxygen
b) Magnesium Monoxide
c) Manganese Monoxide
d) Magnesium Oxide

A negatively charged ion is a(n)
a) electron
b) cation
c) anion
d) proton

By losing one valence electron, a sodium atom becomes
a) an anion
b) negatively charged
c) a cation
d) magnesium

Which results from sodium transferring an electron to a chlorine atom
a) Each atom ends up with a more stable electron configuration.
b) sodium ends up more stable, chlorine less stable
c) Chlorine ends up more stable, sodium less stable
d) each atom is less stable

Describe a covalent bond.
a) Nonmetal-Nonmetal, electron sharing
b) metal-metal, electron sharing
c) metal-Nonmetal, transfer of electrons
d) Nonmetal-Nonmetal, transfer of electrons

What are ions?
a) atom with equal protons and electrons
b) protons with a negative charge
c) electrons with a negative charge
d) positively or negatively charged atoms

Describe an Ionic compound.
a) Nonmetal-Nonmetal, electron sharing
b) metal-Nonmetal, electron sharing
c) metal-metal, transfer of electrons
d) metal-Nonmetal, transfer of electrons

Type of electron configuration that makes an atom stable.
a) 1 valence electron
b) 4 valence electrons
c) 8 valence electrons
d) 7 valence electrons

Compound made from only two elements.
a) ionic
b) binary
c) diatomic
d) polar

The suffix -ide occurs in the names of
a) cations
b) the last element
c) anions
d) metals

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