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MERCY JUNIOR COLLEGE 5. Is this an example of ionic bonding?

Grade 11
Physical Science
Finals Exam

NAME:

YEAR LEVEL & SECTION:


TEACHER’S NAME:
PROCTOR’S NAME: A. Yes, it is ionic bonding.
B. No, it is of another type of
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE chemical bonding.
INSTRUCTION: Encircle the letter of C. There is no chemical bonding
the correct answer. (1 POINT EACH) present.
D. This is just an orbital model.
1. It is a subatomic particle, symbol e− or
β−, with a negative elementary electric charge.
A. Neutron 6. In atomic physics and quantum chemistry, the
B. Electron electron configuration is the distribution of
C. Proton electrons of an atom or molecule in atomic or
D. Atom molecular orbitals.
A. Electron Configuration
B. Periodic Table of Elements
2. It is a subatomic particle, symbol p or p+ , with a C. Orbital Models
positive electric charge of +1e elementary D. Energy Levels
charge and mass slightly less than that of a
neutron.
A. Neutron 7. Is this an example of ionic bonding?
B. Electron
C. Proton
D. Atom

3. It is a subatomic particle, symbol n or n0 , with


no net electric charge and a mass slightly larger
than that of a proton.
A. Neutron
B. Electron
C. Proton
D. Atom A. Yes, it is ionic bonding.
B. No, it is of another type of chemical
4. Is this an example of ionic bonding? bonding.
C. There is no chemical bonding present.
D. This is just an orbital model.
8. It is a chemical rule of thumb that reflects
observation that atoms of main-group elements
tend to combine in such a way that each atom
has eight electrons in its valence shell, giving it
the same electronic configuration as a noble
gas.

A. Yes, it is ionic bonding. A. Octet Rule


B. No, it is of another type of chemical B. Valence Electrons
bonding. C. Atomic Orbitals
C. There is no chemical bonding present. D. Chemical Bonds
D. This is just an orbital model.
9. It is the smallest constituent unit of ordinary
matter that has the properties of a chemical
element.
A. Neutron
B. Electron
C. Proton
D. Atom

10. It is a type of chemical bond that involves the


electrostatic attraction between oppositely
charged ions, and is the primary interaction B. Metallic bonding
occurring in ionic compounds C. Ionic bonding
D. Chemical bonding
A. Covalent bonding

II. ELECTRON CONFIGURATION


INSTRUCTIONS: Fill in the blank boxes with the correct answer according to the table of
molecular geometry.
(2 POINTS EACH)

III. ESSAY

SCOING RUBRIC FOR ESSAY


CONTENT 3pts.
ORGANIZATION 3pts.
MAIN IDEA AND SUPPORTING 4pts.
DETAILS
TOTAL 10PTS

1. As a student, what values have you learned from one of your core subjects, Physical
Science? How will you be able to apply these in real life?

[BONUS RIDDLE]
What belongs to you but others use it more than you do?
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Good luck and God bless!
Prepared by: Mr. Hendrix Antonni A. Enriquez & Mrs. Arianne Riz F. Santos