Double covalent bond
Polar covalent bond
Triple covalent bond
Ionic and covalent bonds
Bond between a carbon atom and a hydrogen atom.
Bond between two carbon atoms.
Bond between sodium and chlorine.
Bond between two water molecules.
A high heat capacity.
A high surface tension.
Ten times as many hydrogen ions.
Ten times as many hydroxide ions.
Water stabilizes temperature inside and outside the cell.
Water molecules are cohesive.
Water is a solvent for many molecules.
Ice floats on liquid water.
Water stablizes temperature inside and outside the cell. as well as Water is a solvent for many molecules
That ice is less dense than water.
That ice is more dense than water.
Why ice floats on water.
That ice is less dense than water.As well as Why Ice is more dense than water. are correct
Why water molecules form hydrogen bonds with other water molecules.
All of these are correct.
Release hydrogen ions in solution.
Cause the pH of a solution to rise above 7.
Take up sodium ions and become neutral.
Increase the number of water molecules.
Release Hydrogen ions in solution and cause the Ph of a solution to rise above 7
The hydrogen ion concentration decreases as the solution goes from acidic to basic
The hydrogen ion concentration increases as the solution goes from basic to acidic.
C. The hydrogen ion concentration decreases as the solution goes from basic to acidic.
Equal amounts of H+ and OH–.
b. more H+ than OH–.
C. more OH– than H+.
D. only H+.
A neutral solution.
An acidic solution.
A basic solution.
It depends on whether the rainwater is buffered.
None of these are correct.
A base and an acid