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INSTITUTO PANAMERICANO THIRD QUARTER MIDTERM CHEMESTRY EXAM 1 Electron Configuration and Periodic Properties/ Introduction to Chemical Bonding/

Covalent Bonding and Molecular Compounds. NAME:___________________________ October 22, 2013 10TH GRADE Mrs. Nancy Mendoza 50 pts INSTRUCTIONS DO NOT SCRATCH, NOR ERASE DO NOT USE LIQUID PAPER USE PEN ONLY OR YOUR ANSWER WILL BE CONSIDERED WRONG MULTIPLE CHOICE: CIRCLE THE LETTER(S) OF THE CHOICE THAT BEST COMPLETES THE STATEMENT OR ANSWERS THE QUESTION 2 POINTS EACH 1. Which element has the largest ionization energy? a)H b)He c)Fr d)Rh 2. Which element has the largest atomic radius) a)H b)He c)Fr d)Rn e)Rh 3. Which element reacts most vigorously with water to produce hydrogen gas? a)H b)He c)Fr d)Rn e)Rh 4. For which of the properties does Li have a larger value than potassium? a) First ionization energy b) atomic radius c) ionic radius d)number of protons e) number of electrons 5. Which of the atoms below would you expect to have the larger 3rd ionization energy? a) Na b)Mg c)Al d) Si e) P 6. Electronegativity tends to increase as you a) go down a column of the periodic table b) Go from left to right across the periodic table c) go toward the middle of the periodic table d)go from the upper left hand corner to the lower right hand corner of the periodic table. 7. The halogens tend to form anions because a) They have low first ionization energies b) They have low electron affinities c) They have high electron affinities d) They dont; they form cations 8. When a metal atom becomes a cation a) It loses many electrons decreasing its ionic radius b) It becomes a different isotope c) Its atomic number is smaller than its number of electrons d) Its ionic radius is smaller than its atomic radius 9. Electron affinity a) Is always positive b) May be positive or negative c) Is always negative d) Is typically higher in metals than nonmetals 10. How many valence electrons does one atom of cooper have? a. 9 b. 10 c. 2 d. 1 11. Arrange the following elements in order of increasing effective nuclear charge: Bi, As, P, N, Sb a. Bi, Sb, As, P, N b. N, P, As, Sb, Bi c. Bi, As, P, N, Sb d. N, As, P, Bi, Sb 12. Unknown element X has four energy levels, five valence electrons, and has the highest metallic character among the elements bellow. What is element X?

a. P b. Ge c. Se d. As 13. The electron affinity of chlorine is 349 kJ/mol. What is the correct equation for the formation of chloride? a. Cl (s) + e Cl (s) + 349 kJ b. Cl (g) + e Cl (g) + 349 kJ c. Cl (s) + 349 kJ + e Cl (s) d. Cl (g) + 349 kJ + e Cl (g) 14. The second ionization energy of sodium is much higher than the first ionization energy because a. The second electron is removed from an already-stable noble gas core b. The second electron is a valance electron c. The atom has a larger radius after the first electron is removed d. Its not higher than the first ionization energy 15. The element represented by [He] would have need to share how many electrons with another atom to achieve a noble gas configuration? a) 2 b) 4 c) 6 d)8 e) None of these are correct

Use the electron dot diagram at right to answer the following 3 questions: 16. Which combination of elements would likely form an ionic bond? a)V and Z b)V and Z c)W and Y d)Y and Z 17. If two atoms of X and Z were to covalently bond to each other, what molecule would result? a)XZ b) c) d) 18. If two atoms of Y could covalently bond together, what type of bond would result? a)single bond b) a double bond c) a triple bond d) a quadruple bond 19. The structural formula that indicates how bonds is a)F F b)F = F c)F F d) More than one of these are correct e)None of these are correct 20. The electron dot diagram that correctly shows the bonding in is:

21. molecule has lone pairs of electrons in the central atom and has pairs of bonding electrons around the central atom a)0,6 b)2,12 c)14,2 d)16,12 e)28,0 22. Wich covalent single bond is most polar? a) C-H b)O-C c)O-H d)N-H e)O-N 23. Draw a Lewis structure for methanol, , and predict whether it will take more energy to break the C-O bond in methanol or that in formaldehyde, Show the type of bonds that C-O forms by using the orbitals diagram. Explain