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114.Which side of this molecule has a negative charge? 1.12.23.34.all of these5.none of theseAnswer: c Section: 4.13 Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand Topic: Earth Materials 115.What molecule is shown in this figure? Section: 4.13
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Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand Topic: Earth Materials 116.What characteristic of water helps it cause a mineral, such as halite, to dissolve? Section: 4.13 Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand Topic: Earth Materials 117.What causes a water molecule to be polar? Section: 4.13 Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand Topic: Earth Materials 118.When halite dissolves in water the: a.chlorine and sodium atoms are surrounded by water molecules but stay togetherb.chlorine and sodium atoms bond togetherc.chlorine atom loses all of its electrons to the water moleculesd.chlorine and sodium atoms become separated by water moleculesAnswer: d Section: 4.13 Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand Topic: Earth Materials 119.Which of the following are true of the properties of water? Section: 4.13 Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
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Topic: Earth Materials 120.Cations have loaned out electrons and so have a: Section: 4.13 Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand Topic: Earth Materials 121.Anions have gained electrons and so have a: Section: 4.13 Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand Topic: Earth Materials 122.Why is ice less dense than water? a.When water freezes, the molecules arrange into a crystal form in which they are farther apart than in liquid water.b.As a solid, ice is actually denser than water, but will still float due to the high surface tension of water.c.Water molecules lose one of their hydrogen atoms when they form ice, making the solid form less dense than the liquid form.d.As water freezes, it forms cubic crystals made only of eight atoms. These atoms weigh less in ice than in water.Answer: a Section: 4.13 Difficulty Level: Remember/UnderstandE Topic: Earth Materials 4.14 – Mineral Use
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