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Chapter 10
Atoms in Combination: The Chemical Bond
How does blood clot?
1. Which of the following represents the most stable arrangement of electrons?a. atoms with completely filled valence shells b. elements that are positioned on the far right column of the periodic table of elementsc. inert gases such as helium, neon and argond. atoms with a total of 2, 10, 18 or 36 electronse. all of the aboveAns: eLink To:Electron Shells, the Periodic Table, and Chemical BondsDegree of Difficulty: Easy2. Freezing and boiling are examples of a. processes that cause physical changes. b. oxidation/reduction reactions.c. polymerization.d. temperature changes that form ionic bonds.e. processes that cause chemical changes.Ans: aLink To:States of Matter Degree of Difficulty: Easy3. Chemical bonds area. the attraction among atoms resulting from the destruction of electrons. b. an unstable configuration among two or more elements.c. the redistribution of electrons between atoms, leading to a more stable configuration.d. sharing of electrons in the lowest energy level.e. explained in laws of thermodynamics.Ans: cLink To:Electron Shells, the Periodic Table, and Chemical BondsDegree of Difficulty: Easy158
 
Chapter 104. Which of the following common household products is an acid?a. detergent b. vinegar c. milk d. ammoniae. saltAns: bLink To:Chemical Reactions and the Formation of Chemical BondsDegree of Difficulty: Easy5. Metallic bonds create materials with properties that make thema. stiff and viscous. b. malleable.c. brittle.d. good insulators.e. soft and pliable.Ans: bLink To:Types of Chemical BondsDegree of Difficulty: Easy6. The electrons at the outer level of the atom are calleda. outer field electrons. b. the atomic number.c. valence electrons.d. van de Waals electrons.e. ionic electrons.Ans: cLink To:Electron Shells, the Periodic Table, and Chemical BondsDegree of Difficulty: Easy7. Where would you NOT expect to find plasma?a. the Sun b. sealed in a magnetic bottlec. Plutod. neon lightse. all of the above159
 
Chapter 10Ans: cLink To:States of Matter Degree of Difficulty: Easy8. Which state of matter maintains a constant volume but not a fixed shape?a. gas b. plasmac. liquidd. crystale. solidAns: cLink To:States of Matter Degree of Difficulty: Easy9. Examples of polymers area. fur and cellulose. b. spider webs and plastic.c. nylon and cotton.d. some paints, inks, and glues.e. all of the aboveAns: eLink To:States of Matter Degree of Difficulty: Easy10. In which of the following places is more polymerization than depolymerization occurring?a. silk cocoon b. cow stomachc. compost heapd. art gallerye. birdbathAns: aLink To:Chemical Reactions and the Formation of Chemical BondsDegree of Difficulty: Easy160

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