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Quickfire formative assessment plan for: Bonding and states of matter

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30 questions

1. Which one of the following is not a form of chemical bonding?
• covalent bonding
•hydrogen bonding
•ionic bonding
•metallic bonding

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2. Which one of the following is not a form of chemical bonding?
• covalent bonding
•hydrogen bonding
•ionic bonding
•metallic bonding

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3. Which one of the following statements about positive ions is incorrect?
they are also known as cations
• they are formed when electrons are removed from atoms
•they are larger than the atom from which they were formed
•they have complete outer shell

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4. Which one of the following statements about positive ions is incorrect?
they are also known as cations
• they are formed when electrons are removed from atoms
•they are larger than the atom from which they were formed
•they have complete outer shell

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5. Which one of the following statements about negative ions is incorrect?
•they are also known as anions
•they are formed when atoms gain electrons
•they have the electronic structure of the nearest noble gas
•they are smaller than the atom from which

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6. Which one of the following statements about negative ions is incorrect?
•they are also known as anions
•they are formed when atoms gain electrons
•they have the electronic structure of the nearest noble gas
•they are smaller than the atom from which

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7. How many electrons are gained or lost by a group 6 element?

• Gain 1
• Gain 2
• Loose 2
• Loose 1

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8. How many electrons are gained or lost by a group 6 element?

• Gain 1
• Gain 2
• Loose 2
• Loose 1

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9. Which one of the following pairs atoms is most likely to form an ionic bond?
•Na and F
•C and F
•N and F
•H and F

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10. Which one of the following pairs atoms is most likely to form an ionic bond?
•Na and F
•C and F
•N and F
•H and F

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11. Sodium is in group I and oxygen is in group 6 what will be the formula of sodium oxide?
•NaO
•NaO2
•Na2O
•Na2O3

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12. Sodium is in group I and oxygen is in group 6 what will be the formula of sodium oxide?
•NaO
•NaO2
•Na2O
•Na2O3

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13. Aluminium is in Group III. Its oxide will have the formula...
•AlO
•AlO2
•Al2O3
•Al3O2



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14. Aluminium is in Group III. Its oxide will have the formula...
•AlO
•AlO2
•Al2O3
•Al3O2



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15. Covalent bonds are least likely to be formed...
•between atoms of the same element
•between atoms of different elements on the right of the periodic table
•by the gases in the periodic table
•between an element in Group I and an element in Group VII

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16. Covalent bonds are least likely to be formed...
•between atoms of the same element
•between atoms of different elements on the right of the periodic table
•by the gases in the periodic table
•between an element in Group I and an element in Group VII

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17. How many electrons will atoms (other than hydrogen) have in their outer shell as a result of covalent bonding?
•2
•4
•6
•8

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18. How many electrons will atoms (other than hydrogen) have in their outer shell as a result of covalent bonding?
•2
•4
•6
•8

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19. Which of the following is not an element
•oxygen
•silicon dioxide
•iodine
•nitrogen

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20. Which of the following is not an element
•oxygen
•silicon dioxide
•iodine
•nitrogen

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21. Which one of the following is not true of metallic bonding?
•it gives rise to excellent electrical conductivity
•electrons are free to move throughout the structure
•metallic bonds are electrostatic forces of attraction
•metal atoms gain electrons to

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22. Which one of the following is not true of metallic bonding?
•it gives rise to excellent electrical conductivity
•electrons are free to move throughout the structure
•metallic bonds are electrostatic forces of attraction
•metal atoms gain electrons to

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23. Which one of the following is not true of metallic bonding?
•the metal atoms are arranged in a regular lattice
•metallic bonds are like ionic bonds as ions are formed
•metallic bonds are like covalent bonds as electrons are shared
•metallic bond are l

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24. Which one of the following is not true of metallic bonding?
•the metal atoms are arranged in a regular lattice
•metallic bonds are like ionic bonds as ions are formed
•metallic bonds are like covalent bonds as electrons are shared
•metallic bond are l

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25. Which one of the following statements about the three states of matter is incorrect?
•in solids the particles vibrate about fixed positions
•the temperature changes when substance change state
•energy is released when a gas condenses into a liquid
•pa

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26. Which one of the following statements about the three states of matter is incorrect?
•in solids the particles vibrate about fixed positions
•the temperature changes when substance change state
•energy is released when a gas condenses into a liquid
•pa

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27. Which diagram represents a liquid

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28. Which diagram represents a liquid

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29. Which substance is most likely to be covalent
•sodium chloride
•hydrogen chloride
•magnesium oxide
•magnesium

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30. Which substance is most likely to be covalent
•sodium chloride
•hydrogen chloride
•magnesium oxide
•magnesium

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