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Elements that are composed of only two atoms with the same chemical elements are called
1. Ionic Bonds
2. Polyatomic Ions
3. Diatomic Elements
4. Molecular Compounds
How is a molecule formed?
1. When 2 elements are combined
2. When 2 or more atoms bond covalently
3. When atoms disappear
Two or more charged atoms held together by covalent bonds are called
1. Polyatomic Ions
2. Molecular Compounds
3. Binary Compounds
4. Covalent Bonds
Avogadro's number is equal to                              molecules in a mole.
1. $3.00 xx 10^8$
2. $1.602 xx 10^-23$
3. $6.022 xx 10^23$
4. $6.22 xx 10^23$

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Chemical Compounds consisting of only two elements are called
1. Molecular Compounds
2. Binary Compounds
3. Chemical Nomenclature
4. Polyatomic Ions
Neutral atoms that are held together by covalent bonds are called
1. Polyatomic Ions
2. Binary Compounds
3. Ternary Compounds
4. Molecular Compounds
What is the correct nomenclature for the following compound?
$ClO_2$
1. Chlorine Oxide
2. Chlorine Trioxide
3. Chlorine Dioxide
4. Dichlorine Oxide
Among the following, the molecule with linear geometry is
1. $C_2H_4$
2. $BeF_2$
3. $NH_3$
4. $H_2O$
The naming of chemical compounds is known as
1. Hydrocarbons
2. Molecular Compounds
3. Diatomic Elements
4. Chemical Nomenclature
Which of the following statements correctly explains why hydrogen bonding is such a strong intermolecular force?
1. There is an attraction between a small, weakly electronegative hydrogen atom and a large, strongly electronegative atom of fluorine, nitrogen, or oxygen
2. There is an attraction between a small, highly electronegative hydrogen atom and a large, highly electronegative fluorine atom
3. There is an attraction between the hydrogen and oxygen atoms, only
4. There is an attraction between the hydrogen and nitrogen atoms, only
What is the total number of atoms contained in 2.00 moles of nickel?
1. 58.9
2. 67
3. $6.02 xx 10^23$
4. $1.2 xx 10^24$
What is the empirical formula of the compound whose molecular formula is $P_4O_10$?
1. PO
2. $PO_2$
3. $P_2O_5$
4. $P_8O_20$