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PS100 Questions from Chapter 19 Comprehension True/False Compounds containing transition metals are often brightly colored. true false Sodium chloride (NaCl) and Magnesium (Mg) are examples of network substances. true false Molecular substances melt at very high temperatures. true false In a chemical formula, subscripts are placed to the left of the chemical symbol to indicate the number of that type of atoms in a molecule. true false Mass spectrometry provides information about the energy associated with motions within molecules.
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Unformatted text preview: true false Matching The geometry around a carbon atom with four single bonds. The geometry around a carbon atom with a triple bond. The attractive interaction that holds atoms together in molecules. The structural organization of water. The structural organization of salts and metals. The structural organization of Group 8A elements. Analysis • Which of the following is not a compound? sulfur dioxide nitrous oxide water molecule oxygen molecule rust Check Answers Choose a different chapter....
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