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How many valence elctrons does calcium have?
a) 2
b) 1
c) 94
d) binary

What is the oxidation number of Nobel Gases?
a) 7
b) 8
c) 0
d) not listed

what is the answer to the problem Cu(II)Br-1?
a) CuBr2
b) CuBr+2
c) CuBc-3
d) Will Mcdonald

Which is not an ionic compound?
a) LiC
b) NaO
c) RbKr
d) ClO

Name this acid: Cl-?
a) bromic acid
b) hydrochloric acid
c) kyle acid
d) chloric acid

What is the difference in Binary and Ternary compounds?
a) Ternary compounds contain 2 elements Binary contain more then 2
b) Binary compounds contain 2 elements ternary contain more then 2
c) Binary compounds contain hydro ternary contain iso
d) Nobel gases

Which element has the highest electronegativity?
a) Sulfur
b) Neon
c) Chlorine
d) Fluorine

How are ionic and molecular bonds different?
a) Ionic bonds are between a metal and a nonmetal, molecular bonds are between 2 nonmetals
b) Ionic bonds are between a metal and a nonmetal, molecular bonds are between 2 nonmetals
c) Both A and B
d) Principle of Mendeleev

Why are anions larger than cations?
a) They lose protons making them larger
b) They gain protons making them larger
c) They gain electrons making them larger
d) They lose electrons making them larger

What is the most stable amount of valence electrons listed?
a) 8
b) 3
c) 7
d) 10

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