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A scientist is trying to determine the identity of an element. It is highly reactive in water and forms an ionic bond with chlorine. It is also very shiny. The element is likely

A. From Group 17 **********
B. From Group 1
C. From Group 15
D. A Noble Gas

Which is most likely to be part of an ionic bond?

A. an atom with no valence electrons
B. an atom with one valence electron *********
C. an atom with two valence electrons
D. an atom with three valence electrons

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  1. the first is really wrong.

    the second is ok

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  2. You guys are crazy

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    posted by M <3 J
  3. What are the right answers

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  4. 1. b
    2. a&d
    3. b&d&e
    4. d
    5. c&d&e
    6. a&b
    7. c
    8. b
    9. b
    10. d

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  5. Thanks Anon 16/16

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    posted by Thx
  6. Thanks Anon really needed the 16/16 bc my grade is a b!! For real trust Anon he is right the answers for lesse=on 3 Unit 3 for 8th grade Science semester A is correct and here they are again...
    1. b
    2. a&d
    3. b&d&e
    4. d
    5. c&d&e
    6. a&b
    7. c
    8. b
    9. b
    10. d

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  7. lesson oops!!

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  8. 1.b
    2.a&c
    3. b&d&e
    4. d
    5.c&d&e
    6.a&b
    7.c
    8.b
    9.b
    10.d

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  9. Anonymous is correct!

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  10. anonymous is right 100% for lesson 3, unit 4, 7A
    THANK YOUUUUUUUU

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    posted by Bamboo

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