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25 Cards in this Set

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When a neutral atom loses an electron ...
b) a + ions form
When electron pairs are equally shared ...
a) a covalent bond forms
The shape of a molecule depends on
b) the number of bonded and unbonded electron pairs
The correct name for P2O5 is
c) diphosphorus pentoxide
Ionic bonds form when ...
c) electrons are transferred
Metals and non-metals tend to form ___________ bonds with each other.
a) ionic
Nonmetals tend to form _________ bonds with each other.
b) covalent
When drawing dot structures, all atoms should have __________ electrons around them.
d) 2 or 8
The number of valence electrons in the sulfur atom is
c) 6
The correct name for CuSO4 is...
c) Copper (II) Sulfate
The correct formula for the compound between Calcium and Chlorine is:
c) CaCl2
The correct formula for a compound between Poassium and Sulfur is:
d) K2S
The name for N2O is:
c) dinitrogen oxide
Which bond is most likely polar
c) H2O
The correct formula for Iron(III) oxide is:
b) Fe2O3
The correct name for NaOH is:
a) Sodium hydroxide
The correct name for HNO2 is:
d) nitrous acid
The correct formula for Calcium Phosphate is:
c) Ca3(PO4)2
The correct name for HCLO
b) hypochlorus acid
Which of the following has a noble gas configuration
c) a sodium ion (+1)
Which of the following compounds is an acid
c) HI
The following are diatomic molecules except
d) Ne2
What is the charge on th Zn ion in: Zn3(PO4)2
a) +2
Predict the formula of a compound which would form between carbon and chlorine
c) CCl4
The maximum number of electrons in any p orbital is
c) 6