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U5.1 Review (Nature of Chemical Bonding

Quiz by Aaron Holley

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  • Q1

    The energy required to break a chemical bond is called the _____.

    bond breaking energy

    bond dissociation energy

    associated absolution

    fellowship fracturing

  • Q2

    ______ is the distance between atoms in a chemical bond.

    bond distance

    atomic distance

    bond length

    bonding breadth

  • Q3

    The attraction between atoms or ions that hold them together is called a ____________.

    chemical cohabitation

    atomic linkage

    chemical shackle

    chemical bond

  • Q4

    Match the type of bond with its description.

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  • Q5

    Electrons that are not in the highest occupied energy level of an atom are called ____.

    outer shell electrons

    valence electrons

    inner shell electrons

    internal electrons

  • Q6

    Electrons that are in the highest occupied energy level of an atom are called ____.

    internal electrons

    inner shell electrons

    valence electrons

    outer shell electrons

  • Q7

    A method of representing the valence electrons in an atom that uses the chemical symbol of the element and a series of dots surrounding the chemical symbol.

    Lewis dot structure

    electrodot drawing

    Lewis electron structure

    electrical structure

  • Q8

    The tendency of atoms to try to have eight valence electrons when forming chemical bonds is called the ______.

    octet rule

    duet rule

    nonet rule

    octagonal order

  • Q9

    The tendency of certain atoms to try to have two valence electrons to try to have the same electron configuration as helium when forming chemical bonds is called the ______.

    nonet rule

    octet rule

    octagonal order

    duet rule

  • Q10

    When chemical reactions occur, chemical bonds break and new chemical bonds form.

    True or False
  • Q11

    What is the main driving force behind atoms forming chemical bonds?





  • Q12

    Which of the following will atoms NOT do when forming chemical bonds?

    gain electrons

    share protons

    share electrons

    lose electrons

  • Q13

    At which point on the energy diagram shown will the chemical bond between the atoms be the most stable?

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    point D

    point C

    point A

    point B

  • Q14

    What happens to atoms in a chemical bond if they are pushed together closer than the optimal bond length?

    the atoms will merge together to become a super atom

    the atoms will attract each other due even more due to repulsion by the nuclei

    the atoms will start to repel each other due to repulsion by the nuclei

    nothing will happen;  they will attract each other just the same

  • Q15

    Which of the following types of elements are the other elements on the periodic table trying to emulate (be like)?

    alkali metals


    post-transition metals

    noble gases


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