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Which of the following has the bonds correctly arranged in order of increasing polarity?

Which of the following has the bonds correctly arranged in order of increasing polarity?

Be−F, Mg−F, N−F, O−F

O−F, N−F, Be−F, Mg−F

O−F, Be−F, Mg−F, N−F

N−F, Be−F, Mg−F, O−F

Mg−F, Be−F, N−F, O−F

Question 4

 

Of the possible bonds between carbon atoms (single, double, and triple), __________.

a triple bond is longer than a single bond

a double bond is stronger than a triple bond

a single bond is stronger than a triple bond

a double bond is longer than a triple bond

a single bond is stronger than a double bond

Question 8

 In ionic bond formation, the lattice energy of ions ________ as the magnitude of the ion charges _______ and the radii __________.

increases; decrease; increase

increases; increase; increase

decreases; increase; increase

increases; increase; decrease

increases; decrease; decrease

Bond enthalpy is __________.

always positive

always negative

sometimes positive, sometimes negative

always zero

unpredictable

 There are __________ valence electrons in the Lewis structure of HCN.

18

20

10

32

36

Question 17

Of the molecules below, the bond in __________ is the most polar.

HBr

HI

HCl

HF

H2

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