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SCIENCE 9 SUMMATIVE EXAM SCIENCE 9 SUMMATIVE EXAM


I. Identification. I. Identification.

_______________1. A bond between metals. _______________1. A bond between metals.


_______________2. The property of metals to reflect light. _______________2. The property of metals to reflect light.
_______________3. The electrons at the outermost shell. _______________3. The electrons at the outermost shell.
_______________4. A bond between non-metals and non- _______________4. A bond between non-metals and non-
metals. metals.
_______________5. A negatively charge particle. _______________5. A negatively charge particle.
_______________6. A positively charge particle. _______________6. A positively charge particle.
_______________7. A bond between metals and non-metals. _______________7. A bond between metals and non-metals.
_______________8. The energy required to remove an _______________8. The energy required to remove an
electron from the outermost energy level of an atom. electron from the outermost energy level of an atom.
_______________9. A measure of the tendency of an atom to _______________9. A measure of the tendency of an atom to
attract electron. attract electron.
_______________10. A property of metals where it can be _______________10. A property of metals where it can be
flattened or can be formed into sheets when hammered. flattened or can be formed into sheets when hammered.

II. Multiple Choice. Choose the letter of the correct II. Multiple Choice. Choose the letter of the correct
answer. answer.
11. What kind of particle is produced after covalent bonding? 11. What kind of particle is produced after covalent bonding?
a. atom b. molecule a. atom b. molecule
c. ion d. electron c. ion d. electron
12. What kind of chemical bond will form between two oxygen 12. What kind of chemical bond will form between two oxygen
atoms? atoms?
a. ionic bond b. metallic bond a. ionic bond b. metallic bond
c. polar covalent bond d. nonpolar covalent bond c. polar covalent bond d. nonpolar covalent bond
13. Why can metals be hammered without breaking? 13. Why can metals be hammered without breaking?
a. They are ductile. b. They are not brittle. a. They are ductile. b. They are not brittle.
c. They are malleable. d. Its particles are strong. c. They are malleable. d. Its particles are strong.
14. Why do atoms react with one another to form chemical bonds? 14. Why do atoms react with one another to form chemical bonds?
a. to attain stability b. to form compounds a. to attain stability b. to form compounds
c. to form molecules d. to produce ions c. to form molecules d. to produce ions
15. What kind of bond will result when two identical non-metallic 15. What kind of bond will result when two identical non-metallic
atoms combine? atoms combine?
a. ionic bond b. polar covalent bond a. ionic bond b. polar covalent bond
c. metallic bond d. nonpolar covalent bond c. metallic bond d. nonpolar covalent bond

III. Complete the table below. III. Complete the table below.

Arrange these elements in increasing: (5pts each) Arrange these elements in increasing: (5pts each)
a. valence electrons a. valence electrons
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b. electronegativity values. b. electronegativity values.
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c. Ionization energy. c. Ionization energy.
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IV. Identify the type of chemical bond present. IV. Identify the type of chemical bond present.
a. CH3____________ d. LiO ______________ a. CH3____________ d. LiO ______________
b. KCl ____________ e. MgBr ____________ b. KCl ____________ e. MgBr ____________
c. Au_____________ f. NaCl_____________ c. Au_____________ f. NaCl_____________
d. F2 _____________ g. CO______________ d. F2 _____________ g. CO______________
e. Ca2____________ h. CaF2 _____________ e. Ca2____________ h. CaF2 _____________