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Posted by Victoria on Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 11:05am.

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Electrostatic interaction is important for which type of bond?

A. ionic bond

B. triple covalent bond

C. single covalent bond

D. double covalent bond
When an atom gains or loses valence electrons and becomes charged, it is known as a(n) _____.

A. covalent bond

B. attraction

C. ion

D. neutral
When an atom loses electrons, its charge becomes _____.

A. neutral

B. positive

C. negative

D. indeterminate
When an atom gains electrons, its charge becomes _____.

A. positive

B. neutral

C. negative

D. indeterminate
An atom that has lost electrons and has become positively charged is called a(n) _____.

A. anion

B. covalent bond

C. cation

D. valence electron
An atom that has gained electrons and has become negatively charged is called a(n) _____.

A. covalent bond

B. valence electron

C. cation

D. anion
Three dimensional networks made by cations and anions surrounding each other are --

A. ionic solids

B. ionic liquids

C. single covalent bonds

D. double covalent bonds


A) ionic
C) ion
B) positive
C) negative
C) cation
D) anion
A) ionic solids

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