Chemical Types Bond Test
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by Eveira Prados
| 29 Questions
1
5 pts
What is electronegativity?
A Electronegativity is a bond that pulls other bonds together.
B Electronegativity is an atom that likes to draw electrons.
CElectronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons.
D A boring atom
2
5 pts
What is electronegativity?
A Electronegativity is a bond that pulls other bonds together.
B Electronegativity is an atom that likes to draw electrons.
CElectronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons.
D A boring atom
3
5 pts
What is electronegativity?
A Electronegativity is a bond that pulls other bonds together.
B Electronegativity is an atom that likes to draw electrons.
CElectronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons.
D A boring atom
4
1 pt
What is electronegativity?
A Electronegativity is a bond that pulls other bonds together.
B Electronegativity is an atom that likes to draw electrons.
CElectronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons.
D A boring atom
5
1 pt
What is electronegativity?
A Electronegativity is a bond that pulls other bonds together.
B Electronegativity is an atom that likes to draw electrons.
CElectronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons.
D A boring atom
6
1 pt
What is electronegativity?
A Electronegativity is a bond that pulls other bonds together.
B Electronegativity is an atom that likes to draw electrons.
CElectronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons.
D A boring atom
7
1 pt
What does an ionic bond consist of?
A Covalent
B Non-Metal
C Metal
D Both B and C
You are crazy non of the answers are correct
8
1 pt
Name 3 types of bonds?
9
1 pt
When an atom gains electrons a __________ is formed
A Positive ion
B Neutral ion
C Positive proton
D Negative ion
10
1 pt
A Molecule is a neutral group of atoms held together by a covalent bond. Also, they are atoms of 2 or more atoms?
True
False
11
10 pts
What is a Metallic Bond?
12
10 pts
What is a chemical bond?
13
1 pt
The electrons are swimming in a metallic bond?
True
False
14
1 pt
When the opposite charges stick together their not attracted to attraction?
True
False
15
1 pt
Attractive forces that link atoms together?
A chemical bonds
B London forces
C atomic forces
D hydrogen bonds
16
1 pt
Which is the most important factor affecting how atoms form chemical bonds
A ions
B atomic crystals
C number of protons
D valence

17
1 pt
A molecule that has oppositely charged ends called
A both b and c
B charged molecule
C dipole molecule
D dipole molecule that’s it

18
1 pt
Attractive forces that link atoms together
A London forces
B atomic forces
C chemical bonds
D hydrogen cells
19
10 pts
what are valence electron ?
20
10 pts
Why are halogens very reactive?
21
5 pts
How is a positive ion formed?
A with protons
B electron and protons
C they are one
D they dont form at all
22
5 pts
During an ionic bond, valence electrons are
A left away
B shared
C not shared
D taken or given away
23
5 pts
What periodic trend can be used to determine the type of bond that elements will form?
24
10 pts
What are the two main types of bond we talked about the most?
25
5 pts
what is the main reason that atoms form ions?
A to create a negative charge
B to bond with other elements
C to develope a positive charge
D to fill their outer electron shells


26
5 pts
What does hydrogen atom need to be in thew hydrogen bonding to occur?
Aa non polar covalent bond
B an alkline bond
a polar covalent bond
D an ionic bond
27
5 pts
What are the weakest bond strength?
28
1 pt
The electrons in a non Polar covalent bond are shared equally
True
False
29
1 pt
the ions formed by alkaline earth metals are -2?
True
False
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