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What type of bond is expected between carbon and bromine?
a) ionic
b) covalent
c) metallic
d) other

Write the formula for : magnesium chloride
a) MgCl₂
b) MgCl
c) Mg₂Cl
d) Mg₂Cl₂

What type of bond is expected between aluminum and chlorine?
a) ionic
b) covalent
c) metallic
d) other

What type of bond is expected: NO
a) ionic
b) covalent
c) metallic
d) other

What type of bond is expected: BeO
a) ionic
b) covalent
c) metallic
d) other

When alone, oxygen is O₂ (oxygen bonded to another oxygen). This type of element is called:
a) a triatomic element
b) a monatomic element
c) special
d) a diatomic element

The subscript tells:
a) how many of each atom are present in a compound
b) the charge on an atom
c) how many electrons an atom gains
d) nothing

In NH₃, there are :
a) 3 nitrogen atoms
b) 1 hydrogen atom
c) 3 hydrogen atoms
d) 1 atom of H and N

When writing ionic formulas:
a) you look at charges and make them subscripts
b) you look at charges and criss-cross to find subscripts
c) you look at prefixes for subscripts
d) there are no subscripts

Which of the following is not a valid name?
a) strontium sulfide
b) barium trifluoride
c) nitrogen monoxide
d) cesium phosphide

What charge does nitrogen have as an ion?
a) +3
b) +4
c) -3
d) -1

Both ionic and covalent compounds should end with the suffix:
a) eed
b) ied
c) none
d) ide

Name the following: CCl₄
a) carbon chloride
b) carbon trichloride
c) carbon tetrachloride
d) dicarbon tetrachloride

Write the formula for: potassium oxide
a) KO
b) K₂O
c) KO₂
d) PO

Atoms form bonds to become:
a) more stable
b) more reactive
c) invisible
d) hot

Name the following: SO₂
a) sulfur oxide
b) sulfur monoxide
c) disulfur oxide
d) sulfur dioxide

When atoms form an ionic bond,
a) electrons are shared between the 2
b) they do not attract each other
c) electrons are given off
d) electrons are transferred, leaving ions that attract

A covalent bond typically occurs between:
a) a metal and a nonmetal
b) a nonmetal and a nonmetal
c) two metals
d) a metalloid and a metal

Write the formula for: rubidium sulfide
a) RbS
b) RbS₂
c) Rb₂S
d) RS

Write the formula for : dihydrogen hexabromide
a) HBr
b) HBr₆
c) H₂Br₆
d) H₂Br

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