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Ionic And Covalent Bonding Test For Group I

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Ionic and Covalent Bonding Test for Group I
This test is designed to measure the understanding of ionic and covalent bonding after they have been given the instructional material. Test code: 938-G35h. For group one of three for the purpose of instruction with Section II Review.

  
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1.  Hydrogen gas forms the most complex covalent bond in the diatomic hydrogen molecule.
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2.  In chemical bonding atoms have the potential to either transfer or share their ______________________ electrons.
3.  The valence electrons are the electrons in the last shell or energy level of an atom.
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4.  Covalent compounds are/is (a)  ______________________________. (Select correct)
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5.  __________________________________ chemical bonds can be consisted of a pair of *valence electrons which are formed of two atoms, in comparison to the transfer of electrons in ionic bonding, but that will be covered later.
6.  This question will not be scored. Please answer honestly. Your answer WILL NOT affect your grade. How do you feel about the information in the quiz? Do you feel like you have either a (a) clear, (b) somewhat clear, (c) somewhat unclear, (d) unclear, (e) completely lost.
7.  ________________________ symbols and diagrams are the main use of visualizing common compounds.
8.  Ionic compounds are/is (a)  ______________________________. (Select correct)
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9.  In covalent bonding the valence electrons are ___________________________. 
10.  What can be found often of ionic bonds are those in the alkali ions such as sodium chloride, NaCl.
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11.  Covalent bond: 
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12.  What is most often formed by atoms of two or more quantity that are joined?
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