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Properties of Ionic and Covalent Compounds

Quiz by Daisy Nepomuceno

Grade 9
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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  • Q1

    1. Electrical and thermal conductivity is one of the properties of compounds . Which of the following types of bond will have a high electrical conductivity?

    Polar covalent bond

    Ionic bond

    Nonpolar covalent bond

    Covalent bond

  • Q2

    2. Non-polar covalent bonding involves the equal sharing of electrons between atoms to attain stability. Which of the following compounds will have non-polar covalent bonding? 





  • Q3

    3. What do you call to a type of covalent bond where in electrons are shared  unequally between atoms?

    Non-polar covalent bond

    covalent bond

    Ionic bond

    Polar covalent bond

  • Q4

    4. How do you call the bonding between a metal and a no-metal form compound?

    Ionic bond

    Non-polar covalent bond

    Covalent bond

    Polar covalent bond

  • Q5

    5. What happens to the electron of metal element in ionic bonding forming a compound?

    shared unequally with non-metal 

    transferred to non-metal

    shared to a non-metal

  • Q6

    6. In the HCl molecule, the atoms are held by

    Covalent bond

    Polar covalent bond 

    Non-polar covalent bond

    Ionic bond

  • Q7

    7. One way to achieved stable configuration is through a covalent bond because

    It involves shared electrons

    It is formed by sharing protons

    It results from the transfer of electrons

    It is also called electrovalent 

  • Q8

    8. Which of the following statements BEST explain the Octet rule in bonding of atoms?

    All atoms undergo bonding by loosing electrons

    All atoms undergo by gaining electrons.

    All atoms bond to acquire the electronic configuration of a noble gas

    All atoms undergo bonding by gaining or losing electrons to acquire the electronic configuration of a noble gas.

  • Q9

    9. In a non-polar covalent bond, 

    there are London forces

    there is unequal charge distribution

    electrons are equally shared

    electrons are transferred

  • Q10

    10. The ionic bond formation is possible in the reaction between 

    phosphorus and chlorine

    nitrogen and hydrogen

    carbon and oxygen

    potassium and sulfur

  • Q11

    11. Metallic bond is the form of attraction that holds metal together like.

    Nitrogen atoms

    Fluorine atoms 

    Carbon atoms

    Lithium atoms

  • Q12

    12. Which of the following pairs will bond ionically?

    Potassium and Fluorine

    Carbon and Sulfur

    Oxygen and Sulfur

    Boron and Hydrogen

  • Q13

    13. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE in metallic bond?

    Electrons moving around the positive ions keep structure intact

    The sea of valence electrons holds the structure together

    One end is more positive and the other end is negative

    It exists only in metal

  • Q14

    14. Which of the following is not ionic compound?





  • Q15

    15. The charge on the ion is most useful in predicting the formulas of ionic compounds because 

    they are good insulators

    they are less soluble in water

    generally have low melting and boiling points

    they are good conductors


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