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What holds atoms together in compounds?
a) gravity
b) strong nuclear force
c) friction
d) chemical bonds

Which types of bond can form without the interactions of electrons?
a) covalent
b) hydrogen
c) ionic
d) metallic

Which is a homogeneous mixture?
a) chili
b) granite
c) ocean water
d) salad

Which is the most common state of matter in the universe?
a) gas
b) liquid
c) plasma
d) solid

A glass contains liquid water. Which explains how the water particles move?
a) The particles move freely and independently.
b) The particles vibrate but do not move.
c) The electrons escape and move outside of the electron cloud.
d) The particles can change positions with each other.

An isotope contains a different number of ___ than other atoms of the same element.
a) electrons
b) neutrons
c) particles
d) protons

Which mineral is commonly found in rocks?
a) azurite
b) gole
c) diamond
d) quartz

Which property describes a mineral's resistance to scratching?
a) streak
b) specific gravity
c) hardness
d) fracture

Magnetite displays which special property?
a) fizzes with dilute hydrochloric acid
b) forms a double image
c) has a salty taste
d) is attracted by a magnet

Which mineral property explains why some minerals break along smooth, flat surfaces?
a) fracture
b) streak
c) luster
d) cleavage

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