1. Which bonding does graphite have?
- Three sigma bonds each
- Four sigma bonds each
- Three pi bonds each
- Four pi bonds each
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2. How are the sheets bonded together in graphite?
- The atoms are attracted to the delocalised electron
- By hydrophobic interactions
- By van der Waals forces
- By permanent dipole- dipole forces
3. Why is graphite less dense than diamond?
- The sheets have a hexagonal shape.
- There are many sheets.
- The layers are far apart
- The bonds formed are weaker.
4. Why carbon atoms can form this type of structure?
- The electrons get excited when the bond and one of them moves to the 3s shell.
- They can form 4 strong bonds.
- Its electrons are in the 2p shell.
- It only has 2 shells.
5. Diamond forms...
- ...hollow balls
- ... tubes
- ... a tetrahedral shape
- .... hexagonal sheets