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1) What is a negatively charged ion called?  a) Anion b) Shared Electrons c) Positive Ion d) Covalent e) Cation f) More Protons 2) A material through which electrons move easily is called a/an ________ . a) Crystal b) Ion c) Intermolecular Forces d) Conductor e) Molecule f) Cation 3) What type of bond results from the sharing of electron pairs between two atoms? a) Ionic Bond b) Intermolecular Forces c) Electron Bond d) Cation-Anion Bond   e) Covalent Bond f) Group Bond 4) An orderly, three dimensional arrangement formed by ions is called a/an ___________.  a) Conductor b) Molecule c) Intermolecular Forces d) Crystal e) Covalent Bond f) Solvent 5) What is a positively charged ion called?  a) Anion b) Shared Electrons c) Negative Ion d) Covalent e) Cation  f) Electronegativity 6) ___________ indicates the relative ability of an element's atoms to attract electrons in a chemical bond.  a) Conductor b) Solvent  c) Covalent Bond d) Ionic Bond e) Solute f) Electronegativity 7) A strong type of intermolecular dipole-dipole attraction is called a/an _____________. a) Anion b) Cation c) Hydrogen Bond d) Ionic Bond e) Metallic Bond f) Conductor 8) A charged particle is called a/an ______________.  a) Covalent b) Ion c) Solute d) Solvent e) Electronegativity f) Conductor 9) The electrostatic attraction between positive metal ions and mobile electrons is called ______________. a) Ionic Bonding b) Covalent Bonding c) Metallic Bonding d) Crystal Bonding e) Hydrogen Bonding f) Group Bonding 10) Dissolved particles in a solution refers to a/an _______________. a) Covalent Bond b) Solvent c) Glass of Water  d) Ionic Bond e) Electronegativity f) Solute 11) A group of atoms bonded together represents a/an ______________. a) Element b) Atom  c) Molecule  d) Group e) Period f) Conductor 12) The interactions between molecules due to charge from protons and electrons is referred to as a/an _____________. a) Intermolecular Forces b) Molecules c) Atoms d) Ionic Bond e) Covalent Bond f) Metallic Bond

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