biol1201 quiz 1

biol1201 quiz 1 - with other atoms. Selected Answer: 8...

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Question 1 5 of 5 points The number of protons in an uncharged atom _____. Selected Answer: equals the number of electrons Question 2 5 of 5 points A particular carbon isotope has an atomic number of 6 and an atomic mass of 14. The respective number of neutrons, protons, and electrons that this carbon isotope has is _____. Selected Answer: 8, 6, and 6 Question 3 5 of 5 points Atomic chlorine has an atomic number of 17. It has _____ electrons in its third shell. Selected Answer: 7 Question 4 5 of 5 points The chemical characteristics or reactivity of an element depend mostly on the _____. Selected Answer: number of electrons in its outermost shell Question 5 5 of 5 points An atom that normally has _____ in its outer shell would not tend to form chemical bonds
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Unformatted text preview: with other atoms. Selected Answer: 8 electrons Question 6 0 of 5 points A polar covalent bond is a bond that _____. Selected Answer: shares electrons equally between atoms Question 7 5 of 5 points When the proton number and electron number are unequal, the atom or molecule _____. Selected Answer: is an ion Question 8 0 of 5 points Ionic bonds form as a result of _____. Selected Answer: sharing of electron pairs between atoms Question 9 5 of 5 points A hydrogen bond _____. Selected Answer: is a weak chemical bond Question 10 0 of 5 points Hydrogen bonds occur when _____. Selected Answer: two atoms achieve stable electron configurations by sharing electrons with each other...
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biol1201 quiz 1 - with other atoms. Selected Answer: 8...

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