What's the Matter
It's All About the Bond
Type I & II Ionic
Type III Covalent
Acids

100

NaCl, table salt is an example of a ______

What is a compound?

100

A bond created by the transfer of valence electrons between atoms.

What is an ionic bond?

100

The name for CaF2.

What is calcium fluoride?

100

The name for H2O.

What is dihydrogen monoxide?

100

A compound that has H+1 and a nonmetal anion is ____.

What is a binary acid?

200

The air in this room is an example of _____

What is a homogeneous mixture?

200

A force of attraction that occurs when two atoms share valence electrons.

What is a covalent bond?

200

The formula for Al2(CO3)3.

What is aluminum carbonate?

200

The formula for sulfur trioxide.

What is SO3?

200

The name for H2S.

What is hydrosulfuric acid?

300

Anything that has mass and takes up space

What is matter?

300

A bond between P (electrobegativity is 2.1) and Cl (electronegativity is 3.0) is this type of bond.

What is polar covalent bond?

300

The name for NO3.

What is nitrogen trioxide?

300

The name for CO.

What is carbon monoxide?

300

The formula for sulfurous acid.

What is H2SO3?

400

Dissolving sugar in water is an example of a ______

What is a physical change?

400

A force of attraction that occurs between two molecules that have lone pairs on the center atoms.

What is a dipole-dipole force?

400

The formula for chromium (III) permanganate.

What is Cr(MnO4)3?

400

The formula for xenon hexabromide.

What is XeBr6?

400

The name for H2C2O4.

What is oxalic acid?

500

Baking chocolate chip cookies is an example of ____

What is a chemical change?

500

The intermolecular force that occurs when the hydrogen on one molecule is attracted to a nitrogen, oxygen, or fluorine on another molecule.

What is a hydrogen bond?

500

What is the name for Os(PO4)2.

What is Osmium (VI) phosphate?

500

How I know a compound is a type III covalent compound?

What is it has 2 nonmetals? or What is it doesn't have any metals in it?

500

The formula for mercury (I) chromate.

What is Hg2CrO4?