|be DUCTILE. 9. Compounds formed between a metal and a nonmetal will have IONIC bonds. 10. It is IMPOSSIBLE for an element to have more than one oxidation number. DIRE CTIO TS. Dmodiet ihe trum e ofho nd fer med b L OGah noIN Ofe|
answer 1 through 10 (true and false questions) Transcribed Image Text: 12:46
E ATOMS AND BONDING CHAPTE…
DIRECTIONS: Write the word or words that best completes
each statement in the blanks
Electrons in the outermost energy level are called
2. A charged particle is a (an)
The tendency of an atom to attract electrons is called
4. A regular, repeating arrangement of ions is called a (an)
Bonding in wch electrons are shared is called
Elements that exist as two covalently bonded atoms are
7. A group of covalently bonded atoms that acts like a single
atom when combining is called
Metals that can be hammered into tn sheets are said to be
9. Compounds formed between metals and nonmetals will
10. The combining capacity of an atom is described by its
DIRECTIONS: Determine whether each statement is true or
false. Write the word TRUE if the statement is true or write
FALSE if the statement is FALSE. If the statement is false,
change the BOLD word or words to make the statement true.
1. HELIUM is an example of an element that does not tend to
form covalent bonds.
2. An atom that has lost an electron is NEGATIVELY charged.
3. Ionization energy is needed for an atom to GAIN an
4. Bonding in wch electrons are TRANSFERRED is called
5. BROMINE is a diatomic element.
6. A covalent bond forms a CRYSTAL.
7. In a METALLIC bond, the outer electrons of the atoms form
a common electron cloud.
8. A substance that can be drawn into tn wire is said to be
9. Compounds formed between a metal and a nonmetal will
have IONIC bonds.
10. It is IMPOSSIBLE for an element to have more than one
DIRE CTIO TS. Dmodiet ihe trum e ofho nd fer med b L OGah noIN Ofe