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1. Which of the following statements about water is ALWAYS true?a. Water is considered an acid.b. Water is considered a base.c. Water, being the universal solvent, dissolves all known solutes.d. Typical rain has a pH ranging from 5.0-5.5, making it acidic.
2.True or false: Water may react with another water molecule in a process calledautoprotolysis.
3. Which compound-pH pair is incorrectly matched?
d. Coffee- 3.5e. Vinegar- 3.04. Water, being a compound necessary for life can form extensive intermolecularbonds with other water molecules. What type of bonding is predominant betweenwater molecules?
Page 2 of 125. Water, having a bent molecular geometry, has how many lone pairs in itscentral atom?a. 1b. 2c. 3d. 4
HOOK UP ACTIVITY!Using your basic chemistry skills, try to decipher which of the following moleculesbelow is the representation of the water molecule.Were you able to guess it correctly? The molecules above are sulfurdioxide, carbon dioxide, and water. The last molecule on the right is thecorrect representation of the water molecule. It has a bent moleculargeometry, 1 oxygen, and 2 hydrogen atoms.
Page 3 of 12STUDYSubtopic 1: Review of the Properties of WaterSuggested Video:Guide Question: Is water an acid or a base? Justify your answer.

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