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OCN QUIZ ONE - R&P_Ch_6_Water_and_Ocean_Structure 1 Marks 1...

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R&P_Ch_6_Water_and_Ocean_Structure 1 Marks: 1 Molecules are held together by chemical bonds which are basically the energy relationships between atoms. Answer: a. True b. False 2 Marks: 1 The chemical property of water called _________ causes the observed physical characteristic known as _________. This property is what causes solid objects to stay supported on a cohesive network of H2O molecules. Answer: a. hydrogen bonding, surface tension b. neutrality, sequestration c. surface tension, hydrogen bonding d. sequestration, neutrality 3 Marks: 1 The tendency of water to stick to other materials is known as _____________. Answer: a. cohesion b. adhesion c. hydrogen bond d. electrons
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4 Marks: 1 The water molecule is a slightly polarized grouping of hydrogen and oxygen atoms that results in a molecule having a net positive charge. Answer: a. True b. False 5 Marks: 1 Hydrogen bonds greatly influence properties of water by allowing individual water molecules to stick to each other, a property called cohesion. Answer: a. True b. False 6 Marks: 1 Heat is identical to temperature. Answer: a. True b. False 7 Marks: 1 As you remove heat from a given mass of water, its temperature ____________. Answer: a. increases b. decreases
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c. stays the same d. can't tell from the given information 8 Marks: 1 Heat capacity is measured in what units? Answer: a. Degrees per litre b. Calories per unit mass c. Fahrenheit or Celsius d. Kilowatts 9 Marks: 1 Norfolk, Virginia and San Francisco are on the same latitude, but Norfolk's seasonal temperature change is much greater than San Francisco's. This is due in large part to _______________.
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