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Question 35 of 50 2.0/ 2.0 Points A substance formed of crystals of equal numbers of cations and anions held together by ionic bonds is called what? A. Dipole B. Electrolyte C. Noble gas D. Salt
Feedback: Correct. This can be found in the OpenStax Overview of Anatomy and Physiology section. Section 2.2. Question 36 of 50 2.0/ 2.0 Points A saturated fatty acid has the maximum number of which atoms in its chain?
Feedback: Correct. This can be found in the OpenStax Overview of Anatomy and Physiology section. Section 2.5.
Question 37 of 50 2.0/ 2.0 Points CH4 is methane and what type of compound?
Feedback: Correct. This can be found in the OpenStax Overview of Anatomy and Physiology section. Section 2.4. Question 38 of 50 2.0/ 2.0 Points Which of the following is a dissacharide?
Feedback: Correct. This can be found in the OpenStax Overview of Anatomy and Physiology section. Section 2.5. Question 39 of 50 2.0/ 2.0 Points An atom can have from one to five electron shells. Each shell can hold up to 8 electrons except for which shell? A. First shell B. Second shell C. Valence shell D. The last shell
Feedback: Correct. This can be found in the OpenStax Overview of Anatomy and Physiology section. Section 2.1. Question 40 of 50 2.0/ 2.0 Points Jenny mixes up a batch of pancake batter, then stirs in some chocolate chips. As she is waiting for the first few pancakes to cook, she notices the chocolate chips sinking to the bottom of the clear glass mixing bowl. What is the chocolate chip batter an example of?
Feedback: Correct. This can be found in the OpenStax Overview of Anatomy and Physiology section. Section 2.4. Question 41 of 50 2.0/ 2.0 Points What type of high energy bond is created between phosphates in ATP?
Feedback: Correct. This can be found in the OpenStax Overview of Anatomy and Physiology section. Section 2.5. Question 42 of 50 2.0/ 2.0 Points Which of the following types of substances dissolve in water?
Feedback: Correct. This can be found in the OpenStax Overview of Anatomy and Physiology section. Section 2.4.

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