- Question 01:
Which atom geometry is associated with sp3 hybridization?
- Question 02:
What is the total number of LONE pairs of electrons, in the complete Lewis diagram for SF6?
- Question 03:
Which one of the following covalent bonds would be the most polar?
- Question 04:
Which of these cations has the ability to polarize an anion to the greatest extent?
- Question 05:
Which of these molecules is polar (i.e., has a dipole moment)?
- Question 06:
A hydrogen molecule H2, will form from two hydrogen atoms at what point?
- Question 07:
The presence of pi bonds in a species may introduce the possibility of each of the following phenomena, EXCEPT
- Question 08:
Ionic solids are brittle. Cleavage of the solid is most likely to happen when?
- Question 09:
How many electron density domains would you expect around the S atom, in SF5-?
- Question 10:
Which of the following molecules is linear in terms of its atom geometry?
- Question 11:
Which atom geometry is associated with sp hybridization?
- Question 12:
Which of the following pairs of species have the same atomic geometry?
- Question 13:
A molecule with trigonal pyramidal atom geometry, has what shape in terms of electron domains?
- Question 14:
What two bond angles for F-S-F, occur in the molecule SF6?
- Question 15:
A molecule with a central atom with six electron density domains around it could have which atom geometry?
- Question 16:
Which of the following pairs are the two items correctly related?
- Question 17:
How many possible resonance structures can be drawn for the SO2 molecule?
- Question 18:
How many valence electrons are there in the carbonate ion, CO32-?
- Question 19:
Which combination of metals is most likely to form an interstitial alloy?
- Question 20:
sp hybridization around a central atom is associated with what bond angle around the same atom?
- Question 21:
In which of the following species would one expect to find a pi bond?
- Question 22:
The three bonds between the C atom, and the three O atoms in the carbonate ion (CO32-) are found to have identical bond strengths, and the bond lengths to one another. Which phenomenon best explains this observation?
- Question 23:
Which of the following ionic compounds would be expected to have the greatest degree of covalent character?
- Question 24:
Which of the following covalent molecules would one expect to have the greatest degree of ionic character?
- Question 25:
What phenomenom accounts for the fact that the carbonate ion exhibits carbon-oxygen bond lengths that are intermediate in length and strength, between a single carbon-oxygen bond, and a double carbon-oxygen bond?