Test: AP Chemistry

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Sodium will react with oxygen and form an ionic compound. Which of the following is false concerning this interaction?

The ionic compound has an overall neutral charge

The electrons are not equally shared between sodium and oxygen

Sodium has a higher electronegativity than oxygen, causing it to give its electron to oxygen

Both oxygen and the two sodiums are given stable octets by creating the ionic compound

In this compound, oxygen is the anion while the two sodium atoms are defined as cations

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