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Grade 11 Quantum Physics and the Atom
Which of the following can form hydrogen bonds with water?
  1. s orbital
  2. p orbital
  3. d orbital
  4. f orbital
Grade 11 Atomic Structure
Bohr's atomic model involved electrons having
  1. a fixed orbit.
  2. a changing orbit.
  3. no orbit.
Grade 5 Subject-Verb Agreement
Grade 10 Chemistry
Grade 4 Planetary Motion
What is an orbit?
  1. gravity pulling asteroids toward Earth
  2. a type of celestial object
  3. the curved path one object travels around another
  4. how fast a planet circles around the Sun
Grade 10 Quantum Physics and the Atom
What are the differences between the 2s orbital and the 1s orbital of hydrogen? How are they similar? (Select all that apply.)
  1. The 2s orbital is shaped like dumbbells, whereas the 1s orbital is spherical.
  2. The 2s orbital is more oblong than the 1s orbital.
  3. The 2s orbital is larger than the 1s orbital.
  4. The 2s orbital is smaller than the 1s orbital.
  5. The 2s orbital is similar in shape to the 1s orbital.
  6. The 2s orbital is the same size as the 1s orbital.
Grade 5 Planetary Motion

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Grade 5 The Moon
The Moon
  1. orbits around Earth.
  2. is orbited by Earth.
Grade 5 Small Bodies and Dwarf Planets
Where can you find most comets?
  1. icy region beyond the orbit of Jupiter.
  2. icy region beyond the orbit of Neptune.
  3. icy region beyond the orbit of Mercury.
  4. icy region beyond the orbit of Uranus.
Grade 6 Planetary Motion
Grade 11 Molecules and Compounds
A fluorine molecule is formed by                                  .
  1. p-p orbitals (sidewise overlap)
  2. p-p orbitals (end to end overlap)
  3. sp-sp orbitals overlaps
  4. s-s orbitals overlaps
Grade 5 Planetary Motion
Grade 5 Planetary Motion
Grade 9 Atomic Structure
Grade 9 Space Exploration
Grade 11 Anatomical Organization
The orbital cavity contains the
  1. eyes.
  2. nasal septum.
  3. teeth.
  4. brain.
Grade 2 Planetary Motion
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