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A covalent bond is formed as the result of
1. transferring electrons.
2. sharing an electron pair.
3. transferring protons.
4. sharing a proton pair.
In ionic bonds, which of the following is true?
1. Electrons are shared unequally between atoms.
2. Electrons are shared equally between atoms.
3. Neutrons are transferred between atoms.
4. Electrons are transferred between atoms.
A polar covalent bond is likely to form between two atoms that
1. are similar in electronegativity.
2. are of similar size.
3. differ in electronegativity.
4. have the same number of electrons.
An ionic bond could form between
1. silicon and sulfur.
2. fluorine and chlorine.
3. sodium and aluminum.
4. potassium and oxygen.
5. none of the above.
Covalent bonds result from
1. the sharing of equal numbers of electrons by two atoms.
2. the exchange of equal numbers of electrons by two atoms.
3. the combination of two atoms of the same valence.
4. sharing of unequal numbers of electrons by two atoms.
What is the correct ionic symbol for the nitrogen ion?
1. $N^{+2}$
2. $N^{-2}$
3. $N^{+3}$
4. $N^{-3}$

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When calcium and phosphorus form an ionic compound, what is the chemical formula of the compound?
1. $CaP$
2. $Ca_2P_3$
3. $Ca_3P_2$
4. $Ca_3P_3$
A covalent bond is formed by the                      .
1. losing of electrons
2. transfer of electrons
3. sharing electrons
4. gaining electrons

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When calcium and sulfur form an ionic bond, what is the chemical formula of the compound?
1. $Ca_2S_2$
2. $CaS$
3. $CaS_2$
4. $Ca_2S$

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When beryllium and selenium form an ionic bond, what is the chemical formula of the compound?
1. $Be_2Se_2$
2. $BeSe_2$
3. $Be_2Se$
4. $BeSe$

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When Zn (I) ions and nitrogen form an ionic bond, what is the chemical formula of the compound?
1. $Zn_3N$
2. $ZnN$
3. $Zn_2N_2$
4. $ZnN_3$