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IPC Chem Comp

IPC: Unit 5 Chemical Compounds

What type of bond forms when electrons are transfered from one to another? ionic bond
Which of the following is true of covalent compounds? may form triple bonds
Which of the following would exhibit metallic bonding? manganese
Which of the following is not a characteristc of ionic compounds? electrolyte as a solid
the tendency of an atom to attract a shared pair of electrons is:
The amount of energy needed to remove an electron is defined as:
The energy change when an electron is added: electron affinity
if the electronegativity difference is greater than 1.67, which is true? an ionic compound results
If the electronegativity value for barium is 0.89 and chlorine is 3.16. What type of bond forms? ionic
If the electronegativity value for nitrogen is 3.04 and for oxygen it is 3.44. What kind of bond would form? covalent
If the two covalently bonded atoms are identical, the bond is: nonpolar covalent
Metallic bonds are created by the loss of electrons into a pool of shared electrons. What are these electrons often referred to as? delocalized
If fluorine covalently bonds with another fluorine, which of the following is TRUE?
Which of the following would have a triple bond? N2
In ionic bonding, select the TRUE statement: the metal loses electrons to the nonmetal
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