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How are electrons in an atom organized?
a) energy levels
b) valance levels
c) groups
d) periods

What are the only parts of an atom that makes chemical bonds?
a) protons in the nucleus
b) neutrons in the nucleus
c) electrons in the nucleus
d) valence electrons

What is the same within each group on the periodic table?
a) number of protons
b) number of electrons
c) number of atoms
d) number of valence electrons

Why don't noble gases normally form chemical bonds?
a) they have 2 valence electrons
b) they have full outermost energy levels
c) they have empty outer levels
d) they have 8 protons

What is the charge of a sodium ion with 11 protons and 10 electrons?
a) 1+
b) 2+
c) 1-
d) 2-

The more easily an atom gains an electron, what does it release more of?
a) atoms
b) energy
c) electrons
d) protons

What ending is used for the names of negative ions formed when atoms gain electrons
a) -ion
b) -ade
c) -ide
d) -ate

What is the smallest particle into which a covalently bonded compound can be divided and still be the same compound?
a) molecule
b) atom
c) electron
d) proton

Why can metal be shaped?
a) ionic bonds
b) covalent bonds
c) metallic bonds
d) compound bonds

What allows metals to bond?
a) overlapping outer energy levels
b) a low number of valence electrons
c) a large number of valence elctrons
d) ions

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