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Which of the Following Do You Need to Know in Order to Draw a Lewis Structur

Which of the Following Do You Need to Know in Order to Draw a Lewis Structur

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Which of the following do you need to know in order to draw a Lewisstructure?
 A.the bond energyB.the number of inner shells in the atomsC.the bond length
D.the number of atoms in the molecule
What is responsible for the unique density of water?
 A.
gravity
B.
electrostatic forces
C.
ionic bonding
D.
 
hydrogen bonding 
Compared to dipole-dipole forces, London dispersion forces are
 A.hard to understand
B.weak
C.
about the same
D.
strong
Suppose you observe a Lewis dot structure in which one atomic symbolis surrounded by 8 dots right next to another atomic symbol surroundedby 8 dots (two of the dots are shared by each symbol), but the twosymbols are enclosed in one set of brackets and the entire structure hasa charge. Being the brilliant chemist you are, you know that thesubstance being described is
 A.
covalently bonded
B.
 
ionically bonded 
 
C.
a diatomic molecule
D.
a polyatomic ion
In a molecule of water, how many unshared pairs of electrons exist?
 A.
 
B.
8
C.
18
D.
53
Compared to intermolecular forces, covalent bonds are
 A.
weak
B.
about the same
C.
 
strong 
D.
hard to understand
Which of the following lists shows intermolecular forces in order of increasing strength?
 A.
hydrogen bonding, London dispersion, dipole-dipole
B.
 
London dispersion, dipole-dipole, hydrogen bonding 
C.
dipole-dipole, hydrogen bonding, London dispersion
D.
dipole-dipole, London dispersion, hydrogen bonding
CH
2
Cl
2
has
 A.
 
four covalent bonds
B.
one covalent bond

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