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1. A water molecule is: a. Ionic b. Polar Covalent c. Nonpolar covalent
2. Properties of water include: a. High specific heat b. High heat of vaporization c. High boiling point d. All of the above
3. What are the other 2 properties of water? a. High surface tension b. Low vapor pressure c. High vapor pressure d. Both a and b e. Both b and c
4. What allows this to occur? a. High specific heat b. Low vapor pressure c. Hydrogen bonds d. High heat capacity
5. What property of water causes this? a. High heat capacity b. High surface tension c. Low vapor pressure d. High heat of vaporization
6. Which substance is the most dense? a. Ice b. Liquid water c. Water vapor
6. What causes the structure of ice to look like this: a. High kinetic energy b. Hydrogen bonds c. Heat of vaporization d. High heat capacity
7. What elements combine to form a molecular compound? a. 2 ions b. a metal and a nonmetal c. 2 nonmetals d. 2 noble gases
8. Which of the following will NOT dissolve in water? a. Oil b. Salt c. Ethanol d. Hydrochloric acid
9. The following illustrates: a. A nonelectrolyte b. An electrolyte
10. In a solution of salt water, salt is the: a. Solute b. Solvent c. Solution d. mixture
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