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1. Which substance has a polar covalent bond between its atoms?
A. K3NB. Ca3N2C. NaClD. F2E. NH3
2. Which kinds of bonding can be found in a sample of H2O(l)?
A. Hydrogen bonds onlyB. Nonpolar covalent bonds onlyC. Ionic and nonpolar hydrogen bondsD. Both polar covalent and hydrogen bondsE. Metallic and ionic bonds
3. When an ionic compound is dissolved in water, the ions in solution can best be described as
A. hydrated molecules onlyB. dehydrated ions and moleculesC. both hydrated molecules and hydratedionsD. neither hydrated ions nor hydrated moleculesE. hydrated ions only
4. Which substance represents a molecule that can combine with a proton (H1+)?
A. NH3B. Na1+C. HClD. H3O1+E. H
5. Which compound contains no ionic character?
A. NH4ClB. CaOC. K2OD. Li2OE. CO
6. The forces of attraction that exist between nonpolar molecules are called
A. Van der Waals / dispersion forcesB. ionic bondsC. covalent bondsD. electrovalent bondsE. metallic bonds
7. Which substance is a network solid?
A. Li2OB. SiO2C. H2OD. CO2E. NaCl
8. Which molecule is a polar molecule?
A. N2B. H2OC. CH4D. CO2E. KCl
9. Which is the chemical formula for iron(III) sulfate?
A. Fe2SO4B. Fe3SO4C. Fe(SO4)3D. Fe2(SO4)3E. Fe2S3
10. In which of the following compounds are hydrogen bonds between molecules the strongest?
A. HFB. HClC. HBrD. HIE. HAt
11. When a salt dissolves in water, the water molecules are attracted by ions in solution. This attraction is called
A. atom-atomB. molecule-moleculeC. molecule-ionD. ion-ionE. atom-ion
12. Which element is expected to have a “sea” of electrons?
A. HydrogenB. NitrogenC. CobaltD. ChlorineE. Oceanium
13. In which of the following liquids are the Van der Waals forces of attraction between the molecules weakest?
A. XeB. KrC. ArD. NeE. He
14. Which molecule has both nonpolar intramolecular and nonpolar intermolecular bonds?
A. CCl4B. COC. HFD. HClE. F2
15. The name of the compound MgBr2 is
A. manganese bromiteB. manganese bromideC. magnesium bromiteD. magnesium bromideE. magnesium dibromide
16. The anion S2- is called
A. sulfideB. sulfiteC. sulphorusD. sulfuronE. sulfate
17. The compound PF5 is called
A. monophorofluorideB. phosphorus pentafluorideC. pentaphosphoro fluorideD. phosphorus tetrafluorideE. potassium pentafluoride
18. Element X forms the compounds XCl3 and X2O3. Element X would most likely belong to the group called
A. alkali metalsB. alkaline earth metalsC. group 13D. halogensE. noble gases
19. When oxygen reacts with an alkali metal the general formula of the compound will be
A. MO2B. M2OC. M2O3D. M3O2E. MO
20. How many sigma and pi bonds are found in the following molecule?H—C— — —C—CH2—CH2—CH— —CH2
A. There are 3 pi bonds and 13 sigma bonds.B. There are 12 sigma bonds and 5 pi bonds.C. There are 12 sigma bonds and 2 pi bonds.D. There are 2 pi bonds and 4 sigma bonds.E. There are 8 sigma bonds and 2 pi bonds.
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