Chapter 2

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An atom with atomic number 12 would have what type of chemical behavior in bonding with other elements?

Answer:
a)  A) It would form ions with a +1 charge.
b)  B) It would form ions with a +2 charge.
c)  C) It would form ions with a -1 charge.
d)  D) It would form ions with a -2 charge.
e)  E) It would form two covalent bonds with other atoms.
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Question: An atom with atomic number 12 would have what type of chemical behavior in bonding with other elements?
Answer:
A) It would form ions with a +1 charge.
B) It would form ions with a +2 charge.
C) It would form ions with a -1 charge.
D) It would form ions with a -2 charge.
E) It would form two covalent bonds with other atoms.