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An oxygen molecule has a double bond because
a) oxygen only makes double bonds
b) oxygen needs two more electrons
c) oxygen is a noble gas
d) oxygen only bonds to oxygen

Which molecule is nonpolar?
a) H2O
b) CCl2F2
c) CO
d) CCl4

Which substance will dissolve in water to conduct electricity?
a) CCl4
b) NH3
c) NaCl
d) CO2

At STP, fluorine is a gas and bromine is a liquid because
a) fluorine has stronger covalent bonds
b) bromine has stronger covalent bonds
c) fluorine has stronger intermolecular forces
d) bromine has stronger intermolecular forces

As phosphorus gains electrons, which of the following is true?
a) atomic radius decreases and it has a positive charge
b) atomic radius increases and it has a positive charge
c) atomic radius decreases and it has a negative charge
d) atomic radius increases and it has a negative charge

The formula of a copper-containing compound must include
a) charge
b) a prefix
c) roman numeral
d) color

If a polyatomic ion is present, what kind of bonding is present?
a) covalent
b) ionic
c) both covalent and ionic
d) neither covalent nor ionic

How many electrons are shared between the two atoms of a nitrogen molecule?
a) 2
b) 4
c) 6
d) 8

If a substance has a low boiling point and does not easily dissolve in water, it's bonding is most likely
a) ionic
b) covalent
c) both ionic and covalent
d) neither ionic nor covalent

A metal conducts electricity easily because
a) metallic bonds are weak
b) stationary electrons conduct electricity well
c) electrons are mobile
d) metals are shiny

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