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Question 1 Question 1 1. What determines if a molecular bond is polar, nonpolar, or ionic? Answer A. The number of protons B. The bond distances C. The electronegativity differences D. The ionic charges E. The distance of electrons from nucleus 0.1 points Question 2 Question 2 1. Ionic bonds are Answer A. Attractions between oppositely charged ions B. The result of electron sharing C. Caused by partial electrical charge D. The strongest of the chemical bonds E. Dependent upon hydrophobic interactions 0.1 points Question 3 Question 3 1. Which of the following phenomena does NOT involve hydrogen bonding? Answer A. Insects walking on the surface of lake water B. Ice cubes floating in a glass of water C. Clouds of water vapor supported by an air mass D. Dew drops on a plant 0.1 points Question 4 Question 4 1.
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Water is a highly polar molecule. Which of these properties of water is BECAUSE it is so polar? Answer
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