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TALIGAMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Taligaman, Butuan City


SUMMATIVE TEST IN CHEMICAL BONDING
I.KNOWLEDGE (Choose the letter of the
correct answer)
1. When does covalent bonding take
place?
a. it takes when atoms share electrons
with one another.
b. it takes place when the attraction
between atoms is strong.
c. it takes place when atoms collide with
one another.
d. it takes place when atoms attain
stability.
2. Compound that do not conduct
electricity when in solid form and have a
have solubility in water.
a. molecular compound
b. ionic compound
c. covalent compound
d. shared compound
3. Has low melting and boiling point, less
soluble in water but are often soluble in
similar compound and do not conduct
electricity.
a. molecular compound
b. ionic compound
c. covalent compound
d. shared compound
4. A model that picture a metal to consist
of a network of positive metal ion core
(nucleus plus inner electrons) immersed
in a sea of electrons.
a. electron sea model
b. plum pudding model
c. quantum mechanical model
d. raisin bread model
5. Property of a metal that can be
flattened into thin sheets.
a. ductility
c. malleability
c. thermal conductor
d. electrical
conductor
6. Positively charged ion.
a. cation
c. anion
b. neutral ion
d. none of
the above
PROCESS
Compound
Type of Chemical
Bond
7. MgCl2
8. MgO
For questions 9 11. Choose the correct
answer from the choices below. The
answer can be used more than once.
a. Polar covalent compound
b. Nonpolar covalent compound
c. Ionic compound
d. Covalent compound

9. Dissolves easily in water


10. Conducts electricity in solution
11. Melts easily
12-14. Draw the electron sea model.
15-16. Draw the Lewis structure of
nitrogen gas (N2).
UNDERSTANDING (Choose the letter of
the correct answer)
17. What will most likely happen to a nonmetallic atom after ionic bonding?
I. It forms a cation
II. It forms an anion
III. It becomes stable
IV. It becomes unstable
a. I & II b. II & III
c. III & IV
d. I &
IV
18. What kind of bond will result when
two
identical
non-metallic
atoms
combine?
a. ionic bond
c. polar covalent
bond
b. metallic bond
d.
nonpolar
covalent bond
19. How is the bond in Br 2 different from
the bond in MgF2?
a. The bond in Br2 is metallic while the
bond in MgF2 is covalent.
b. The bond in Br2 is ionic while the bond
in MgF2 is covalent.
c. The bond in Br2 is covalent while the
bond in MgF2 is ionic.
d. There is no bond difference between
the two.
20. Which of the following substances
when dissolve in water will conduct
electricity?
a. glucose
c. gasoline
b. oil
d. muriatic acid
21. Which of the following will have the
highest melting temperature?
a. sodium chloride (salt)
c.
sucrose (table sugar)
b. paraffin wax (candle wax) d. lead wire
22. Why salt and vetsin can conduct
electricity in solution?
a. Salt and vetsin give off cations and
anions in solution.
b. Salt and vetsin forms covalent bond in
solution.
c. Salt and vetsin are hydrated in
solution.
d. none of the above
23. What bond holds the atoms of the
element in Groups 1 and 2 of the Periodic
Table?
a. nonpolar covalent bond
c. metallic
bond
b. polar covalent bond
d.
ionic
bond
24. Why can metals be hammered without
breaking?

a. they are ductile


b. they are not brittle
c. they are malleable
d. its particle are strong
25. Which of the following type of bonds
will have the highest electrical and
thermal conductivity?
a. ionic bond
c. polar covalent
bond
b. metallic bond
d.
nonpolar
covalent bond
26. Which among the following shows
that an atom is stable?

a. having 2 valence electrons


b. having 4 valence electrons
c. having 6 valence electrons
d. having 8 valence electrons
27. Choose 2 elements that would likely
form an ionic bond among the following
elements: Li, Si, F, Ne
a. Li and Si
c. Ne and Si
b. Si and F
d. Li and F
28. From question number 27, name the
ionic compound form.
PRODUCT/PERFORMANCE
29 40. Performance task