Intro to Bio SG, ch. 3

Intro to Bio SG, ch. 3 - CHAPTER 3 PRACTICE TEST Water...

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Water molecules have a polarity, which allows them to be electrically attracted to other water molecules and other polar molecules by weak chemical bonds known as _____. Van der Waals interactions ionic bonds hydrogen bonds nonpolar covalent bonds polar covalent bonds Many of water's emergent properties, such as its cohesion, its high specific heat, and its high heat of vaporization, result from the fact that water molecules _____. are very small are extremely la are in constant tend to repel ea are attracted t hydrogen atom The amount of energy that must be absorbed or lost to raise or lower the temperature of 1 g of liquid water by 1°C _____. depends on the initial temperature of the water sample is 1 kilocalorie is 1,000 kilocalories is 1 calorie is 1,000 joules is 1,000 calories Because organisms are made primarily of water, they resist rapid temperature changes. This useful quality is based on water's _____. Top of Form
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Intro to Bio SG, ch. 3 - CHAPTER 3 PRACTICE TEST Water...

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