52_100_Quiz1C_Key_F07

52_100_Quiz1C_Key_F07 - 52.100 Chemistry and the Citizen...

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52.100 Chemistry and the Citizen Quiz #1C Tuesday September 11, 2007 1. A covalent bond forms as: a. One electron is shared between two atoms b. One electron is transferred from the valence shell of one atom into the valence shell of another atom c. Two electrons are shared between two atoms d. Two electrons are transferred from the valence shell of one atom into the valence shell of another atom e. A cation and an anion combine to form a compound 2. The elements carbon, C, silicon, Si, Germanium, Ge, Tin, Sn, and Lead, Pb are all in the same __________ on the periodic table. a. Period b. Club c. Group d. Section 3. An ionic bond results from: a. The sharing of a pair of electrons b. The attraction of a proton for an electron c. The mutual association of two electrically neutral atoms d. The mutual attraction of a cation and an anion e. The sharing of a single electron 4. Elements such as lithium, Li, strontium, Sr, aluminum, Al, tellurium, Te are known as a. Main group elements b. Transition metals c. Lanthanides d. Actinides 5.
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Hawrelak during the Fall '07 term at Bloomsburg.

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