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Chemical bond: Quiz

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Question 1: This type of bonding occurs in electron deficient compounds like ________.
AmmoniaBoron trichlorideDiboraneBoron trioxide

Question 2: The bond then results from electrostatic attraction between atoms, and the atoms become positive or negatively charged ________.
ElectrolyteHalf cellLithium-ion batteryIon

Question 3: A chemical bond is an attraction between ________ or molecules and allows the formation of chemical compounds, which contain two or more atoms.
AtomElectronMatterPhoton

Question 4: In the case of heterocyclic aromatics and substituted ________, the electronegativity differences between different parts of the ring may dominate the chemical behaviour of aromatic ring bonds, which otherwise are equivalent.
EthylenePyridineAlkaneBenzene

Question 5: The electron then moves to another part of the ________ and the attraction is broken.
Electron configurationBohr modelAtomic orbitalAtomic theory

Question 6: Strong chemical bonds are the intramolecular forces which hold atoms together in ________.
PhotonElectronNeutronMolecule

Question 7: The oxygen molecule, O2 can also be regarded as having two 3-electron bonds and one 2-electron bond, which accounts for its ________ and its formal bond order of 2.
FerrimagnetismFerromagnetismParamagnetismMagnetic field

Question 8: However, the work of Friedrich Hund, ________, and Gerhard Herzberg showed that molecular orbital theory provided a more appropriate description of the spectroscopic, ionization and magnetic properties of molecules.
Robert Burns WoodwardRobert S. MullikenLinus PaulingGlenn T. Seaborg

Question 9: Since opposite charges attract via a simple electromagnetic force, the negatively-charged ________ orbiting the nucleus and the positively-charged protons in the nucleus attract each other.
AtomPositronPhotonElectron

Question 10: The types of strong bond differ due to the difference in ________ of the constituent elements.
Periodic tableNoble gasHalogenElectronegativity







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