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ANS%20CHM1032%20Quiz%20%204 - CHM 1032 Quiz 4 Spring...

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CHM 1032 Quiz 4 Spring Semester February 2008 Instructions Answers underlined Choose the correct (or best) answer to each question. There are 15 questions!! 1. Which is/are NOT correct? I) A single covalent bond is the attractive force created by the sharing of a pair of electrons. II) A nitrogen-nitrogen triple covalent bond is stronger and shorter than a nitrogen- nitrogen double covalent bond. III) The oxygen atom can form multiple bonds with other atoms. IV) The atom of an element in group 16 (6A) is expected to form four covalent bonds under normal circumstances. V) Energy is released when a covalent bond is formed between two hydrogen atoms. a) I only b) II and III only c) IV only d) V only e) All are incorrect 2. Nitrogen forms a compound with iodine. Predict the formula of this compound. a) NI b) IN c) NI 3 d) IN 3 e) N 2 I 3. The compound HeBr is not expected to be formed. Why is this? a) Helium and bromine are both nonmetals. b) The bromine atom is not very electronegative relative to helium.
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course CHM 1032 taught by Professor Walters during the Spring '05 term at University of Central Florida.

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