chem1212sgc10q1f2009 - Copy (2)

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FALL SEMESTER 2009 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I CHEM 1211 Name___________________________________ CHAPTER 10 STUDY GUIDE QUIZ 1  Important  Instruction: Write your name and question ID on your scantron paper.  ON YOUR SCANTRON, A  =  TRUE AND B  =  FALSE.  TIME: 35 MINUTES    MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.  1) 
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Choose  the  INCORR ECT  statement. 
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1) 
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_______  A) 
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Bonds between  like atoms share electrons equally.   B) 
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Molecules with  unpaired electrons are paramagnetic.   C) 
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The bond order  describes whether a covalent bond is single, double or triple.   D) 
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A larger bond  order means a shorter bond length.   E) 
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Polar covalent  bonds involve equal sharing of electrons in a bond.     2) 
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After  drawing  the Lewis  dot  structure  for  HOClO determine  the  number of  single  bonds,  double  bonds,  and lone  pairs on  the  chlorine  atom. 
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2)  ____ ___ 
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1, 1, 1 
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B) 
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2, 0, 1 
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C) 
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3, 0, 0 
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D) 
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0, 2, 0 
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E)  2,   TRU E/FA LSE.  Write  'T' if  the  state ment  is  true  and  'F' if  the  state ment  is  false. 
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Polar  bonds are  caused by  the  bonding  pair of  electrons  being  attracted  more to  one atom  than the  other.  
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3)  ____ ___    MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the  statement or answers the question.  4
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Given the  bond  enthalpies  Cl Cl  (243),  C Cl  (339),  H Cl  (431),C H (414)  all in kJ/ mol,  estimate  Δ H  for  the  following  reaction:  CH 4 (g)  + Cl 2 (g)  CH 3 Cl(g)  +  HCl(g)  
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4)  ____ ___  3 0 kJ  - 1427 kJ  
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- 356 kJ   D) 
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- 113 kJ   E) 
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- 30 kJ     5) 
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chemical  bond for  which one  of the  bonded  atoms  provides  both  electrons  for the  bond is  referred  to as a:  
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5)  ____ ___  c o o r d i n a te  co va le nt  bo nd  V SEPR bond  
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double covalent  bond   D) 
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formal covalent  bond   E) 
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2009 for the course SCIEN DIVI 1212 taught by Professor Dr.ojo during the Fall '09 term at Atlanta Met.

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