oceanography test #2 - Ch 5 1 ion charged atoms due to the gain or loss of one or more electrons electrions negatively charged subatomic particles that

oceanography test #2 - Ch 5 1 ion charged atoms due to the...

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Ch. 5 1. ion- charged atoms due to the gain or loss of one or more electrons electrions- negatively charged subatomic particles that orbit an atomic nucleus covalent bonds- bonds that involve the sharing of electrons between atoms hydrogen bonds- bonds that hold adjacent water molecules together atoms- basic building blocks of all matter 2. Hydrogen bonds form between neighboring water molecules because of: 3. If you were an explorer stranded in the Arctic Ocean, what method(s) could you use for creating fresh drinking water?Choose all that apply.4.If you were an explorer stranded in the Arctic Ocean, what method(s) could you use for creating fresh drinking water?Choose all that apply.
5. Which of the following methods cannot be used to desalinate water? 6. Which of the following best describes the Distillation Method for desalination? 7. Which of the following best describes the Electrolysis Method for desalination? 8. Which of the following best describes the Reverse Osmosis Method for desalination? 9. Which of the following best describes the Freeze Separation Method for desalination? 10. Theprimarydifficulty that must be overcome in the use of desalination plants to provide fresh water is __________. 11. sublimination- change in state from solid to gas condensation- change in state from gas to liquid evaporation- change in state from liquid to gas pyclin- area of rapid change in density with slight change in depth halociline- area of rapid change in salinity with slight change in depth 12. A rapid change in oceantemperaturewith a change in depth occurs in the: 13. A layer in the ocean where a rapid change in ocean density occurs with a change in depth is called a:

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