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Bonding, structures and properties - Test

1.

Which type of bonding is caused by the electrostatic attraction between positively charged ions and delocalised outer electrons?

2.

Which type of bonding results from the electrostatic force of attraction between positively and negatively charged ions?

3.

In which type of bonding are atoms held together by electrostatic forces of attraction between positively charged nuclei and negatively charged shared electrons?

4.

Which of the following molecules contains the most polar bond?

5.

What effect does hydrogen bonding have on the predicted melting and boiling point of water?

6.

Which type of intermolecular force of attraction is caused by the electrostatic attraction between temporary dipoles and induced dipoles caused by the movement of electrons in atoms and molecules?

7.

Which type of intermolecular force of attraction exists between polar molecules?

8.

Which type of intermolecular force of attraction exists between highly polar molecules consisting of a hydrogen atom bonded to an atom of a strongly electronegative element such as fluorine, oxygen or nitrogen?

9.

Select the weakest type of intermolecular force of attraction?

10.

Select the type of intermolecular force of attraction which exists between all atoms and molecules.

11.

Compared to a non-polar covalent bond, a hydrogen bond is what?

12.

The type of structure that consists of discrete atoms held together by Van der Waals' forces is what?

13.

Which group in the Periodic Table has elements with a monatomic structure?

14.

Select the group in the Periodic Table in which the elements have a covalent molecular structure.

15.

Compared to non-polar covalent molecules, the boiling point of an equivalent in mass polar covalent molecule is what?

16.

To dissolve a non-polar covalent molecule such as hexane, a suitable solvent would be what?