Bonds and Water - kadamati(skk558 Bonds and water...

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kadamati (skk558) – Bonds and water – Latham – (49830) 1 This print-out should have 18 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page – fnd all choices beFore answering. 001 10.0 points Which oF the Following molecules have polar covalent bonds 1. CH 4 2. O 2 3. C 2 H 6 4. CO 2 5. CH 3 OH 002 10.0 points When water Freezes to Form ice, the connect the water molecules. 1. hydrophobic interactions 2. van der waals Forces 3. H-bonds 4. covalent bonds 5. ionic bonds 003 10.0 points 31 15 P and 32 15 P have virtually identical chemical and biological properties because they have the same 1. mass number. 2. atomic weight. 3. number oF neutrons. 4. halF-liFe. 5. number oF electrons. 004 10.0 points When Magnesium and chlorines with two electrons and seven electrons respectively in their valance shells interact, they will Form . 1. H-bonds 2. ionic bonds 3. van der waals Forces 4. hydrophobic interactions 5. covalent bonds 005 10.0 points Which component oF an atom does not signiF- icantly add to the mass oF an atom? 1. Both Proton and Neutron 2. Proton 3. All oF the above 4. Neutron 5. Electron 006 10.0 points Phosphorus has an atomic number oF 15 and an atomic weight oF 30.974. How many neu- trons does phosphorus have? 1. 30 2. 5 3. 31 4. 47 5. 16 007 10.0 points Acids and bases di±er in that 1. bases have a lower pH than do acids.
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