Ionic And Covalent Bonds Quiz! By Victoria Henderson

10 Questions  I  By Sseery on March 9, 2010
A chemistry quiz on the basics of covalent, and ionic bonding, along with the octet rule and lewis dot structure.

  

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1.  Why do atoms bond?
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2.   _________ states that elements in the second row of the periodic table cannot have more than eight valence electrons around them, whether as non-bonding electrons or in chemical bonds.
3.  This is an example of ??
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4.  A double bond involves two pairs of electrons.
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5.   Which of the statements about ionic solids is FALSE?
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6.  When a chemical symbol for the atom is surrounded by a number of dots corresponding to the number of valence electrons it is a ______________?
7.  Non-metals tend to _______ electrons to be come ________ ions.
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8.  In an   _____________    bond, the atoms are bound together by the attraction between oppositely-charged ions.
9.  In a ______________ bond, the atoms are bound by shared electrons.
10.  Sodium and chloride form a covalent bond.
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