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A compound held together by ionic bonds is called a ____ A. diatomic molecule. B. polar compound. C. covalent molecule. D. salt.
Weegy: A compound held together by ionic bonds is called a salt. User: Which of the following pairs of elements is most likely to form an ionic compound? A. magnesium and fluorine B. nitrogen and sulfur C. oxygen and chlorine D. sodium and aluminum Weegy: A. magnesium and fluorine - is the pair of elements that is most likely to form an ionic compound. User: Which of the following is true about the melting temperature of potassium chloride? A. The melting temperature is relatively high. B. The melting temperature is variable and unpredictable. C. The melting temperature is relatively low. D. Potassium chloride does not melt. Weegy: A. The melting temperature is relatively high. is true about the melting temperature of potassium chloride. User: What does the term coordination number in ionic crystals refer to? A. the total number of valence electrons in an atom B. the number of oppositely charged ions surrounding a particular ion C. the number of atoms in a particular formula unit D. the number of like-charged ions surrounding a particular ion Weegy: The term coordination number in ionic crystals refer to B. the number of oppositely charged ions surrounding a particular ion. User: What characteristic of metals makes them good electrical conductors? A. They have mobile valence electrons. B. They have mobile protons. C. They have mobile cations. D. Their crystal structures can be rearranged easily. Weegy: The characteristic of metals makes them good electrical conductors is A. They have mobile valence electrons. User: What is shown by the structural formula of a molecule or polyatomic ion? A. the arrangement of bonded atoms B. the number of ionic bonds C. the number of metallic bonds D. the shapes of molecular orbitals Weegy: A. the arrangement of bonded atoms - is shown by the structural formula of a molecule ... (More)
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Atoms achieve noble-gas electron configurations in single covalent bonds by C. Two atoms share two electrons.

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Sigma bonds are formed as a result of the overlapping of which type(s) of atomic orbital(s)? A. s only B. p only C. d only D. s and p
Weegy: Sigma bonds are formed as a result of the overlapping of A. s only. (More)
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Sigma bonds are formed as a result of the overlapping of s and p atomic orbitals.
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When placed between oppositely charged metal plates, the region of a water molecule attracted to the negative plate is the ____ A. hydrogen region of the molecule. B. geometric center of the molecule. C. H—O—H plane of the molecule. D. oxygen region of the molecule.
Weegy: placed between oppositely charged metal plates, the region of a water molecule attracted to the negative plate is the C. hydrogen region of the molecule. [smile] User: What is thought to cause the dispersion forces? A. attraction between ions B. motion of electrons C. sharing of electron pairs D. differences in electronegativity (More)
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Motion of electrons is thought to cause the dispersion forces.


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When dissolved in water, acids produce ____ A. negative ions. B. polyatomic ions. C. hydrogen ions. D. oxide ions.
Weegy: A. hydrogen ions. When dissolved in water, acids produce hydrogen ions User: When naming acids, the prefix hydro- is used when the name of the acid anion ends in ____ A. -ide. B. -ite. C. -ate. D. -ic. (More)
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When naming acids, the prefix hydro- is used when the name of the acid anion ends in
-ide.

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What is the formula unit of sodium nitride? A. NaN B. Na2N C. Na3N D. NaN3
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Na3N is the formula of sodium nitride.

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