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Question 1 1 points Save You drop a handful of salt into a glass of water. Which of the following BEST describes what is happening inside the glass at the molecular level?
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Question 2 1 points Save If sulfur has an atomic number of 16, how many covalent bonds does it form? Question 3 1 points Save A single covalent chemical bond represents the sharing of how many electrons? Question 4 1 points Save An atom's nucleus is composed of Question 5 1 points Save All the following are true of hydrogen gas, H 2 , EXCEPT (H atomic number = 1) Question 6 1 points Save The pH of human blood is ~7.4. This means ___. Question 7 1 points Save How does one explain the formation of ions? Question 8 1 points Save Water will dissolve all of these EXCEPT Question 9 1 points Save Which of the following is the most dense?
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Question 9 1 points Save Question 10 1 points Save The fact that salt dissolves in water is BEST explained by Question 1 1 of 1 points You drop a handful of salt into a glass of water. Which of the following BEST describes what is happening inside the glass at the molecular level? Selected Answer: Question 2 1 of 1 points If sulfur has an atomic number of 16, how many covalent bonds does it form? Selected Answer: Question 3 1 of 1 points A single covalent chemical bond represents the sharing of how many electrons? Selected Answer: Question 4 1 of 1 points An atom's nucleus is composed of Selected Answer: Question 5 1 of 1 points All the following are true of hydrogen gas, H 2 , EXCEPT (H atomic number = 1) Selected Answer: Question 6 0 of 1 points The pH of human blood is ~7.4. This means ___. Selected Answer:
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Question 6 0 of 1 points Question 7 1 of 1 points How does one explain the formation of ions? Selected Answer: Question 8 0 of 1 points Water will dissolve all of these EXCEPT Selected Answer: Question 9 0 of 1 points Which of the following is the most dense? Selected Answer: Question 10 1 of 1 points The fact that salt dissolves in water is BEST explained by Selected Answer: Question 1 1 points Save Cola (pH 3) has ________ times _________ H+ ions than pure water (pH 7). Question 2 1 points Save For an atom to achieve maximum stability and become chemically unreactive, what must occur? Question 3 1 points Save If sulfur has an atomic number of 16, how many covalent bonds does it form?
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Question 4 1 points Save Which of the following is an example of hydrogen bonding? The bond between Question 5 1 points Save What is meant by saying water has a high specific heat? Question 6 1 points Save Which statement is an accurate description of water molecules? Question 7 1 points Save ________ often form(s) as a result of polar bonds. Question 8 1 points Save The fact that salt dissolves in water is BEST explained by Question 9 1 points Save Which of the following is the most dense?
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