In an ionic bond, nonmetals are most likely to
A. gain electrons.
B. lose electrons.
C. share electrons.
D. cancel electrons.
A. gain electronsAuto answered|Score .6|Monski05|Points 189|User:
If two fluorine atoms bonded with each other what kind of bond would be involved?
The answer is C. covalentAuto answered|Score .7888|bongche|Points 3864|User:
When ionic or covalent bonds are formed, chemical compounds are created. Which of the following does not represent a compound?
A. Na atoms
A. Na Atoms, because it is one kind of element, instead of two, which is what a compound consists of.Auto answered|Score 1|unforsaekn|Points 27|User:
Unlike ________ bonds, ________ bonds can form between two atoms of the same element.
A. covalent, ionic
B. ionic, covalent
C. hydrogen, molecular
D. molecular, hydrogen
hydrogenAuto answered|Score .8416|Mitchell|Points 4416|User:
If a sodium atom lost one of its electrons and a chlorine atom gained it, what kind of bond would be formed between sodium and chlorine?
d!Auto answered|Score 1|Salihahptc|Points 50|User:
Diamond is the hardest substance known while graphite is one of the softest. Both are made only of carbon atoms. What is the most likely reason why this is true?
A. Both are bonded ionically.
B. Both are bonded covalently.
C. The carbon atoms are arranged differently in diamond than in graphite.
D. The carbon atoms in diamond are bonded to each other but in graphite there are no bonds.
D. The carbon atoms in diamond are bonded to each other but in graphite there are no bonds.Auto answered|Score .6|cjabward|Points 620|
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