Compounds

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1. Which one is called an ionic bond?

  • The metal atom losing an electron forming a positive ion and the non-metal atom gaining a electron forming a negative ion. The opposite charges of the ions means they attract and join together.
  • The metal atom gains an electron forming a positive ion and the non-metal atom losing a electron forming a negative ion. The opposite charges of the ions means they attract and join together.
  • The non-metal atom losing an electron forming a positive ion and the metal atom gaining a electron forming a negative ion. The opposite charges of the ions means they attract and join together.
  • Any two or more atoms share electrons creating either a negative or positive compound
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2. What's is it called when both atoms share an electron to fill up the outer electron shell?

  • Mixilisation
  • Ionic bonding
  • Covalent bonding
  • Solidification

3. What's does making bonds involve?

  • Heat
  • Giving away, taking and sharing electrons
  • Changing the atomic mass number to be half way between both atoms atomic number
  • A force of gravity which draws the atoms together

4. Carbon dioxide (g) is a...

  • Solid
  • Mixture
  • Compound
  • Liquid

5. A sodium atom gives an electron to a chlorine atom. This is an example of what?

  • Ionic bonding
  • Covalent bonding
  • Forming
  • Binding

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