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Poetry that uses no rhyme scheme and no set meter is called _____. blank verse iambic pentameter dactylic hexameter free verse
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Valence is the number of electrons an atom must gain or lose in order to _____ its outer shell or have a stable octet in its outer shell. complete lose gain User: A bond based on intermolecular forces between hydrogen and fluorine, nitrogen, or oxygen is a _____. covalent bond ionic bond hydrogen bond User: Select all that apply. Which valences have the greatest tendency to form ions? +1 -1 +2 -2 +3 -3 +4 -4
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