che 1301 ch3 quiz

Che 1301 ch3 quiz - Name 1 Whichofthe following statements best describesan ionicbond 1 thebondingtype presentinbound nonmetalatoms

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HODSON CHE 1301 Chapter 3 Quiz  Name___________________________________ 1
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Which of the  following  statements  best  describes an  ionic bond? 
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1) 
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the bonding type  present in bound,  nonmetal atoms 
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a strong lattice of  positively and  negatively charged  atoms held together by  electrical forces 
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the bonding type  present between two  metal atoms 
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the equal sharing of two  electrons between  adjacent atoms   
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What is the  chemical  formula of  rhenium(VII ) oxide? 
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2) 
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B) 
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C) 
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D) 
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What is the  chemical  name given  to the  compound  whose  formula is  N 2 O 4
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3) 
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nitrogen(II) oxygen(IV) 
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B) 
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nitrogen(IV) oxide 
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nitrogen quadraoxide 
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D) 
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dinitrogen tetroxide   
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Which of the  following  may not  exist as a  diatomic  molecule? 
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4) 
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2009 for the course CHE 1301 taught by Professor Klausmeyer during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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Che 1301 ch3 quiz - Name 1 Whichofthe following statements best describesan ionicbond 1 thebondingtype presentinbound nonmetalatoms

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