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5 MCQ Worksheets [MCQ] on Chemical Bonding | Multiple Choice Questions from Ionic, Covalent & Metallic bonds – Chemistry

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MCQ worksheet on Covalent bonds (with answer) – set 3

  1. Covalent bonds may form between
    a. atoms of different elements.
    b. atoms of the same element.
    c. ions of different elements.
    d. two of the above
  2. Elements that normally occur as diatomic molecules include
    a. hydrogen.
    b. iodine.
    c. oxygen.
    d. all of the above
  3. Shared electrons in covalent bonds are always attracted to
    a. both nuclei.
    b. both nuclei equally.
    c. one nucleus more than the other.
    d. one nucleus only.
  4. How many covalent bonds must a hydrogen atom form to have a full outer energy level?
    a. 0
    b. 1
    c. 2
    d. 3
  5. An example of a polar molecule is
    a. H2O.
    b. CO2.
    c. O2.
    d. H2.
  6. Which statement about hydrogen bonds is true?
    a. They are very strong.
    b. They form between molecules.
    c. They form within molecules.
    d. two of the above
  7. Compared with ionic compounds, covalent compounds
    a. have lower melting points.
    b. have higher boiling points.
    c. are better conductors of electricity.
    d. are more likely to dissolve in water.

Answers to MCQ Worksheet

Multiple Choice (answers)

  1. d
  2. d
  3. a
  4. b
  5. a
  6. b
  7. a

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