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In chemistry, we describe a mixture as
1. a combination of pure substances formed through chemical bonding.
2. any substance possessing a uniform composition throughout.
3. a physical combination of two or more types of substances,with each maintaining its own characteristic properties.
4. any collection of elements chemically bound to each other.
A covalent bond typically forms between what kind of elements?
1. two metals
2. two nonmetals
3. a nonmetal and a metal
4. a nonmetal and a metalloid
Valence electrons are best described in chemistry as
1. positive electrons in the atom.
2. all of the electrons in the atom.
3. the outer shell electrons in the atom.
4. the number of electrons the atom needs to be stable.
What is the main type of bonding found in CsI?
1. covalent bonding
2. ionic bonding
3. metallic bonding
4. coordinate covalent bonding
Predict the predominant type of bonding of $"CCl"_4$.
1. covalent bonding
2. ionic bonding
3. metallic bonding
Homogeneous mixtures are also referred to as
1. gases.
2. substances.
3. solutions.
4. liquids.
A mixture that does not have a uniform composition throughout is a
1. homogeneous mixture.
2. heterogeneous mixture.
3. solution.
4. gas.
What does a line in a Lewis structure represent?
1. one electron
2. two electrons
3. four electrons
4. unpaired electrons
Which of the following choices states the two main types of bonds?
3. Covalent, Ionic
A mixture with uniform composition throughout is a
1. heterogeneous mixture.
2. homogeneous mixture.
3. solid.
4. mass.
The strength of a bond depends upon                                           .
1. free rotation about a bond
2. extent of overlapping between the radicals
3. resonance in the molecule
4. whether the overlap is axial or sidewise
What is the main type of bonding present in a sample of zinc?
1. covalent bonding
2. ionic bonding
3. metallic bonding
Predict the predominant type of bonding of silver (Ag) and mercury (Hg).
1. covalent bonding
2. ionic bonding
3. metallic bonding
Given the following bonds: Si-Cl, P-Cl, Mg-Cl, and S-Cl, which of the following correctly ranks the bonds from least polar to most polar?
1. S-Cl, P-Cl, Mg-Cl, Si-Cl
2. Mg-Cl, Si-Cl, P-Cl, S-Cl
3. Mg-Cl, S-Cl, P-Cl, Si-Cl
4. S-Cl, P-Cl, Si-Cl, Mg-Cl
Which of the following correctly defines a covalent bond?
1. A molecule that contains two atoms.
2. A bond that forms by the sharing of electrons between atoms.
3. A bond made of different molecules.
4. A neutral group of atoms joined together.