#1: Which of the following is likely to be a polar compound?
**my answer: A.
not too sure tho.. is that right?
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here are the answer choices for #1, top to bottom, A,B,C,D :) just in case :)
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#2: What is the major difference between an ion and a dipole?
A. An ion is permanently charged, but a dipole is not.
B. An ion engages in weaker bonds than a dipole.
C. An ion can only interact with other ions, while a dipole can interact with many molecules.
d. An ion is either positively or negatively charged, but a dipole has both charges.
**my answer: D
is that right??
#3: Between which pairs of molecules would you expect to find hydrogen bonds?
A. CH4 and NH3
B. H2O and NH3
c. CH3Cl and HI
D. CH4 and H2O
**my answer: B
not too sure tho... idk is that right??
and yayyyy !! haha thanks :)
#4: What is the molecular shape of boron trifluoride?
(see attached image!!)
C. bent triatomic
**my answer: D. pyramidal
is it pyramidal this time?? haha :P