Chemical Bonding – Chemistry 9th – Level 4

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Chemical Bonding - Level 4

Chapter 4 - Chemistry Class 9th - Test Preparation MCQs

Chapter : Chemical Bonding (Level 4)
Subject : Chemistry
Class : 9th
Board : Sindh Board
Total MCQs : 10
Extract From : 9th Class Note Book
Time : 5 Minutes (30 Seconds for Each Question)

  1. Atoms to acquire two electrons in the valence shell is called:
  2. In 1916 this chemist proposed the octet rule.
  3. It plays an important role in determining the chemical properties of the atom, including its ability to form chemical bonds.
  4. These electrons in the outermost shell of an atom are called:
  5. Electronic configuration of an element is 1s2, 2s2, 2p1, therefore the valence electrons this element has are:
  6. The group number in the periodic table indicates the:
  7. Sodium contains one electron in its valence shell so it belongs to:
  8. Phosphorus belongs to group VA, so in the valence shell, it contains:
  9. Chemical bonding is the combining of atoms to form:
  10. An interaction that holds two atoms together is called a:

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1. Sodium contains one electron in its valence shell so it belongs to:

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2. Electronic configuration of an element is 1s2, 2s2, 2p1, therefore the valence electrons this element has are:

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3. An interaction that holds two atoms together is called a:

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4. Atoms to acquire two electrons in the valence shell is called:

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5. Chemical bonding is the combining of atoms to form:

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6. These electrons in the outermost shell of an atom are called:

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7. The group number in the periodic table indicates the:

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8. In 1916 this chemist proposed the octet rule.

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9. It plays an important role in determining the chemical properties of the atom, including its ability to form chemical bonds.

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10. Phosphorus belongs to group VA, so in the valence shell, it contains:

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