Problem: Consider the following compounds I.  N2O4 II. Ca(NO3)2 III. SiH4 IV. SrBr2 Which of the following statements is NOT true? a. Two of the compounds from the list are ionic compounds. b. All of the compounds show empirical formulas. c. II contains both ionic bond and covalent bonds. d. Both I and III are covalent compounds.

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Consider the following compounds

I.  N2O4

II. Ca(NO3)2

III. SiH4

IV. SrBr2

Which of the following statements is NOT true?

a. Two of the compounds from the list are ionic compounds.

b. All of the compounds show empirical formulas.

c. II contains both ionic bond and covalent bonds.

d. Both I and III are covalent compounds.

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