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Question 15   ( 5 points ) An _____ reaction results when the energy required to break bonds in the reactants is greater than the energy released by the formation of products .
 Question 15 options : endothermic exothermic exergonic
Question 16   ( 5 points ) According to the octet rule , a bromine atom has a tendency to
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Question 18   ( 5 points ) A diatomic molecule with a triple covalent bond is _____.
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Question 19   ( 5 points ) According to the octet rule , a magnesium atom has a tendency to
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Question 20   ( 5 points ) Using VSEPR theory , predict the electron group geometry , molecular shape , and the bond angles in a molecule that contains 5 electron groups ( 2 bonds and 3 lone pair electrons ) .
 Question 20 options : trigonal bipyramidal , trigonal bipyramidal , 90 ° and 120° trigonal bipyramidal , trigonal bipyramidal , 180 ° trigonal bipyramidal , linear , 180 ° Save
Question 15(5 points)An _____ reaction results when the energy required to break bonds in the reactants is greaterthan the energy released by the formation of products. Question 15 options:endothermicexothermicexergonic
SaveQuestion 16(5 points)According to the octet rule, a bromine atom has a tendency to
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Based off molecular polarity determined by VSEPR theory, which of the following would be soluble in methanol?
SaveQuestion 18(5 points)A diatomic molecule with a triple covalent bond is _____.
SaveQuestion 19(5 points)According to the octet rule, a magnesium atom has a tendency toQuestion 19 options:lose one electron.lose two electrons.
gain one electron.
SaveQuestion 20(5 points)Using VSEPR theory, predict the electron group geometry, molecular shape, and the bond angles in a molecule that contains 5 electron groups (2 bonds and 3 lone pair electrons).

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