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The sum of the oxidation numbers in neutral compounds is always
a) negative
b) zero
c) positive
d) one

Which is the correct formula for magnesium nitrate
a) Mg2(NO3)2
b) Mg2NO3
c) MgNO3
d) Mg(NO3)2

How many hydrogen atoms are present in NH4C2H3O2
a) 7
b) 11
c) 12
d) 4

Element symbols and their subscripts are called
a) symbol
b) subscript
c) oxidation number
d) formula

The formula for calcium chloride is?
a) CaCl
b) Ca2Cl
c) CaCl2
d) Ca2Cl2

The formula for calcium phosphate is?
a) Ca3P2
b) Ca3(PO4)2
c) Ca(PO4)2
d) CaPO4

The name of CaBr2 is?
a) calcide bromide
b) calcium dibromide
c) monocalcium brominate
d) calcium bromide

The name of Be(OH)2
a) beryllium dihydroxide
b) beryllium hydroxide
c) beryllide oxihydrogide
d) monoberyllium dihydroxide

The bond between 2 nonmentals is
a) ionic because they share electrons
b) ionic because they don't share electrons
c) covalent because they share electrons
d) covalent because they don't share electrons

What is SO2?
a) sulfide oxide
b) sulfur oxide
c) sulfur dioxide
d) monosulfur dioxide

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