Metallic Bonding
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  • Question 1
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    The model used to describe and explain the bonding and arrangement of atoms in a solid metal is the

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    ball and stick model

    electron sea model

    metalloid model

    valence shell electron pair repulsion theory

  • Question 2
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    This picture most likely depicts the arrangement of atoms in a

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    diamond

    salt

    metal

    gas

  • Question 3
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    Which of these is not a characteristic of metals attributed to the bonding and arrangement of atoms?

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    brittleness

    ductility

    malleability

    electrical conductivity

  • Question 4
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    Which of the following describes metallic bonding?

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    A bond between atoms where electrons are unequally shared.

    A bond between positive ions and surrounding mobile electrons

    A bond between atoms where electron pairs are shared equally

    A bond between positive ions and negative ions

  • Question 5
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    What characteristic of metallic bonds allows metals to be malleable and ductile?

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    The tightly held valence electrons in metallic bonds allow the atoms in a metal to move freely.

    The strong connection between atoms in metallic bonds allow the bonds to bend without breaking.

    The sea of free electrons in metallic bonds allow the atoms to move when stressed without changing the properties of the substance.

    The crystal structure of atoms in metallic bonds allows the metal to maintain a constant pattern when force is applied.

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