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PS100 Questions from Chapter 22 Comprehension True/False Salts can easily be flattened or reshaped. true false Ionic compounds have extremely low melting temperatures. true false Molten salts are ionic conductors. true false Metals easily lose electrons. true false A salt is electrically neutral. true false Electrons like to go to the highest energy condition available to them. true false Matching A characteristic of ionic substances, such as salts, that readily shatter when struck a sharp
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Unformatted text preview: blow. A characteristic of salts that readily transmit light. Opposite to opaqueness. The chemical bond that binds metallic ions to nonmetallic ions by electrical attraction. A charged object formed when an atom or molecule loses or gains electrons. A substance formed from the ionic bond of a metal with a nonmetal. A chemical compound that ionizes when dissolved or molten to produce an electrically conductive medium. Check Answers Choose a different chapter....
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