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Quiz #1



This activity contains 20 questions.

Question 1.
What would the electron-dot symbol look like for a nonmetal in Group 6A (16)? The symbol "X" represents the nonmetal.


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Question 2.
How does chlorine form an ion?


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Question 3.
How many dots would be used for the electron-dot structure of calcium?


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Question 4.
Determine the polarity of CCl4 and OF2.


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Question 5.
Indicate the number of electrons lost or gained by calcium and give the charge of the ion it forms.


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Question 6.
Some ionic compounds contain polyatomic ions, which are groups of atoms with an electrical charge. What is the formula for calcium nitrate?


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Question 7.
What is the name of the covalent compound S2O3?


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Question 8.
Which of these ions have the same electron arrangement as argon?

A. Cl-
B. S-
C. K+


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Question 9.
The name of the compound FeCO3 is


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Question 10.
What is the charge of the ions formed by the alkali metals?


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Question 11.
What is the correct formula for the compound containing aluminum ions and chloride ions?


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Question 12.
Write the formula for dinitrogen tetrasulfide.


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Question 13.
What is the correct name of an ionic compound Fe2+ and Cl-?


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Question 14.
What is the formula of chromium(III) oxide?


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Question 15.
How many bonds will bromine typically make?


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Question 16.
What is the name of CoSO4?


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Question 17.
What is the correct formula for the ionic compound formed between Al3+ ions and O2- ions?


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Question 18.
If you want a molecule that is highly polar, look for one that contains


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Question 19.
The bonds S-S, H-O, and Ca-Cl are, respectively,


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Question 20.
Which statement(s) is/are true?

A. Bromine is more electronegative than chlorine.
B. Phosphorus is more electronegative than sulfur.
C. Nitrogen is more electronegative than carbon.


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