Quiz 1 - bond a polar covalent b non-polar covalent c ionic...

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1. What is a hypothesis? a. an unproven theory b. a tentative explanation that can be tested c. a measurable observation d. a fact based on data 2. The lowest level of biological organization that can perform all the activities required for life: a. a tissue b. an organ c. a leaf d. a cell e. a virus 3. Not all cells have: a. cell membrane b. a cell wall c. ribosomes d. DNA 4. Organisms in the same order must also be in the same: a. genus c. family d. species e. class 5. _________ logic or reasoning occurs when many specific observations lead to a generalization. a. Inductive b. Deductive 6. Two atoms, one w/ 6 protons and one w/ 1 proton will form which kind of chemical
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Unformatted text preview: bond? a. polar covalent b. non-polar covalent c. ionic d. hydrogen 7. Which of these is a “monovalent” anion? a. bicarbonate ion b. calcium ion c. sulfate ion d. phosphate ion e. hydrogen ion 8. Which of the following is most capable of forming hydrogen bonds? a. CO2 b. NaCl c. NH 3 d. H 2 9. Of the following, which atomic number describes the least reactive element? a. 1 b. 8 c. 12 d. 16 e. 18 10. True (mark “a”) False (mark “b”): An acid can be defined as anything that raises pH by increasing the hydrogen ion concentration in a solution. Quiz 1 [9-7-07] KEY: 1b, 2d, 3b, 4e, 5a, 6b, 7a, 8c, 9e, 10b...
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