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1. Ionic bonding involves the ________ of electrons, whereas covalent bonding involves the _______ of electrons. A. transfer, sharing B. removal, gain C. sharing, loss D. transfer, gaining 2. Which scientist found that gas expands to fill the space of a container and is made of particles that can move? A. Bohr B. Boyle C. Dalton D. Democritus 3. When acids contact metal, they are ______. A. protective B. corrosive C. non-reactive 4. Different types of matter melt at different temperatures. True False

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1:A 3:B 4: true let me think about 2
im pretty sure numkber 2 is Dalton
U sure it's not Boyle?

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yea cuz i dont think boyle worked with gas but i cud be wrong
Boyle is the one who defined the gas laws that gave us the inverse relationship between pressure and volume. Dalton gave us PV=nRT and the concept of partial pressures. Given the two scientists, and the wording of the question, I would lean towards Boyle.
1.D 2.B 3.B 4.True

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