Chemical Bonding Quizzes & Trivia

A 15-question quiz on Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding on You'll need a calculator of some sort. Good luck.

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    This type of bond is brittle, and only conducts electricity when dissolved. Which bond is it?

Take This Easiest Chemical Bonding Trivia Questions if you are looking for a chance to test out just how much you understand about the different types of chemical bonds that exist in a compound. If you have not studied enough,...

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    What types of orbitals are used to make bond A?

Take A Real Quiz: 50 points- You'd better try hard.� � The combining of elements to form different substances is called chemical bonding. The world around you is made up of thousands and thousands of different...

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    Atoms are electrically neutral; that is they do not have a charge.

Here is a Chemistry Quiz made of Chemical Bonding Trivia Questions. Chemical bonding is the attraction of atoms together in a compound. In this quiz, you get to test out just how much you know about chemical bonding and the...

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    What types of orbitals are used to make bond A?

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    DIRECTIONS for questions 1 to 5: These questions are based on the following diagram. The figure shows the networks of pipelines carrying oil for distribution among the ten towns A to J. The values given next to the towns represent the consumption of oil in that town. The maximum capacity of all pipelines shown is 1,000 units. Note: 1. The oil flows only in the directions shown by the arrows. 2. The slack in any pipelines is the extra oil that can flow through it to bring it to full capacity. 3. At every town the requirements are exactly met. The slack and oil flow in the following pipelines are known. The difference in the slack in the pipeline connecting A and G and the slack in the pipeline connecting F and I is

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Chemical Bonding Questions & Answers

What would be the relative atomic mass of element N if it has four isotopes and the following atoms? N-19, N-20, N-21, and N-22.  Out of 100 atoms of the element N, 20 are...
The way to get this answer is relatively simple. The first thing you do is multiply the number of each isotope against the number of neutrons in each isotope, which is the number given with each isotope. So, 20 times 19 is 380. 9 times 20 is 180. 52
For a nice and easy final question,Which bond has the highest melting points?
I can’t agree with John I think it’s ionic because there is a combination of a metal and a nonmetal making them stronger.