ICSE Worksheet for chapter-2 Chemistry Bonding class 10

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  1. Introduction, reasons for chemical bonding.
  2. Types of bonds- Electrovalent and Covalent bond.
  3. Periodic properties which affect chemical bond formation.
  4. Ionization potential
  5. Electron affinity
  6. Electronegativity
  7. Examples of electrovalent compounds- NaCl, CaO, MgCl2.
  8. Examples of covalent compounds: H2, Cl2, O2, N2, CCl4, CH4, CH4, H2O, NH3.
  9. Co-ordinate bond- H3O+, NH4+.

Section - 1

Q1. Name of the following statements:

  • Number of protons in the nucleus of an atom.
  • Arrangement of electrons in respective shells of atoms.
  • Electrons lost or gained by an atom in compound formation.
  • Two molecules which are polar.
  • A molecule with little affinity.
  • Element having eight electrons in their outermost shell.
  • Bond present in metallic chloride and two chlorine atoms.
  • One polar covalent molecule.
  • Usual number of electrons in the outermost shell of an atom of a noble (or inert) gas.
  • A particle without any electrons.
  • An atom without neutrons in its nucleus.
  • Name two cationsiso-electronic to neon.
  • Name two anions iso-electronic to argon.

Q2. Give two examples of polar covalent compounds and two examples of non-polar covalent compounds.

Q3. Match the following columns A and B.

Column A Column B
A. Metal a)Methane (CH4)
B. Covalent compound b)Sodium chloride (NaCl)
C. Non-polar c) Selenium (Se)
D. Polar d) Chloride ion (Cl-)
E. Non-metal e)Aluminum (Al)
F. Electrovalent compound f)Carbon dioxide (CO2)
G. Anion g) Hydrogen Chloride (HCl)
H. Cation h) Potassium ion (K+)

Section - 2

  • Q4. On what factors the formation of an ionic compound depends?
  • Q5. Which conditions are necessary for the formation of co-ordinate bond?
  • Q6. Explain the formation of H3O+ and NH4+ ion.
  • Q7. Give one property of hydrogen chloride which agrees with it being a covalent compound.
  • Q8. Give one property of magnesium chloride which agrees with it being an ionic compound.
  • Q9. Name one compound which is covalent, but on dissolving in water conducts electricity?
  • Q10. Which property of the above compound agrees with the being of a covalent compound?
  • Q11. Why are ionic compounds crystalline solid and soluble in water ?
  • Q12. What are the conditions for the formation of an electrovalent bond ?
  • Q13. Predict the type of bond (ionic or covalent) likely to be formed when pair elements having atomic number combine:
    • 3 and 7
    • 6 and 9
    • 11 and 16
    • 14 and 12
    • 8 and 16
  • Q14. The distribution of electrons in three elements is as under: U = 2, 6; V = 2, 8, 7 and W = 2, 8, 1.Use the letter U, V and W as the symbols of elements in answering the following questions. In each case, state whether the bonding is ionic or covalent, and give the formula of molecule or compound formed:
    • Between two atoms of U
    • Between U and W
    • Between V and W.

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