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Metallic bond: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ is an extreme example of this form of condensation.
HeliumNitrogenOxygenHydrogen

Question 2: Metallic bonding accounts for many physical properties of metals, such as strength, malleability, ________, thermal and electrical conductivity, opacity, and luster.
AluminiumIronCarbonDuctility

Question 3: With the advent of ________ it became clear that metals generally go into solution as positively charged ions and the oxidation reactions of the metals became well understood in the electrochemical series.
Inorganic chemistryElectrochemistryChlorineAnalytical chemistry

Question 4: In a more ________ view, the conduction electrons divide their density equally over all atoms that function as neutral (non-charged) entities.
Introduction to quantum mechanicsQuantum mechanicsWave–particle dualitySchrödinger equation

Question 5: Metallic bonding is mostly non-polar, because even in alloys there is little difference among the electronegativities of the ________ participating in the bonding interaction (and in pure elemental metals, none at all).
AtomMatterNeutronPhoton

Question 6: Metallic bonding is the electromagnetic interaction between delocalized electrons, called conduction electrons and gathered in an "electron sea", and the metallic nuclei within ________.
HalogenMetalNoble gasNonmetal

Question 7: As chemistry developed into a science it became clear that metals formed the large majority of the ________ of the elements and great progress was made in the description of the salts that can be formed in reactions with acids.
Periodic table (standard)Periodic tablePeriodic table (large version)Noble gas

Question 8: ________ showed that in the case of a one-dimensional row of metallic atoms, say hydrogen, an instability had to arise that would lead to the break up of such a chain into individual molecules.
Rudolf PeierlsHans BetheWerner HeisenbergArnold Sommerfeld

Question 9: However, even if photons have enough energy they usually do not have enough ________ to set the ripple in motion.
ForceMomentumAngular momentumClassical mechanics

Question 10: The study of such phases has traditionally been more the domain of metallurgy than of ________, although the two fields overlap considerably.
Inorganic chemistryPeriodic tableElectrochemistryChemistry







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