Water is polar and can dissolve more substances than any other liquid
Solutes are not polar molecules
Water is made up hydrogen and oxygen atoms
Water has a neutral pH
Waters ability to stick to other materials
Waters ability to stick to itself
Covalent bonds in water
The smallest part of an element that is a basic unit of matter
The unit measure of an element
Elements that make up molecules
Neutrons in the nucleus
Hydrogen has a slight positive charge
Hydrogen has a slight negative charge
Hydrogen has a slight neutral charge
Hydrogen has both positive and negative charges, that's why they're usually in pairs.
Protons (+) positive, Neutrons are neutral, electrons (-) negative
Protons are neutral, neutrons are the nucleus, electrons (-) negative
Protons (-) negative, neutrons (+) positive, electrons (-) negative
Protons (+) positive, neutrons (-) negative, electrons are neutral
Water has a high specific heat because of cohesion. This high heat capacity is due to the presence of hydrogen bonds between neighboring water molecules.
Water has a high specific heat because it is a universal solvent.
Water has a high specific heat because oxygen and hydrogen are cohesive.
Water has a high specific heat because of hydrogen's ionic bonding.
A molecule made up of hydrogen and carbon micelles
A molecule of hydrogen and carbon, like those that make up waxes and oils
A water molecule that bonds with carbon
A soap molecule of hydrogen and carbon
A cluster of soap molecules
A hydrophobic end of a soap molecule
A hydrophilic end of a soap molecule
Two or more atoms held together by covalent bonds. The smallest particle of a covalently bonded substance with all the properties of that substance
Two or more atoms held together by ionic bonds. The smallest particle of an ionically bonded substance with all the properties of that substance.
Two or more atoms in an element.
Two or more elements in a solution.
Electrons in the outer cloud of an atom
A negatively charge ion
A positively charge ion
Ionically bonded electrons
A mixture of liquids that do not dissolve in each other. A condition where one liquid is suspended within another liquid which it is not soluble.
When one liquid repels another and is neutral.
When a solute dissolves in a solvent.
When a liquid solidifies.
How many electrons are in a valence.
The strength of an atoms' electrons.
The electrical charge of a polar molecule.
The exchange of electrons in ionic bonding.
When a molecule repels water
When a molecule is attracted to water
When a molecule is a micelle
When a molecule is ionically bonded
Oppositely charged ends (+,-) of a molecule
Cations and anions
Protons and electrons
The amount of salt in water
Waters ability to stick to itself
The ability of water to stick to other material
How easily salt dissolves in water
Covalent bonds form when atoms of elements combine to share electrons, forming new substances.
Covalent bonds form when molecules of different substances combine
Covalent bonds form when atoms of elements combine to share neutrons and protons, forming new substances.
Covalent bonds form when atoms of elements combine to share a nucleus, forming new substances.
Elements are composed of atoms that are made of identical particles
Elements are composed of atoms of different kinds of particles
Elements combine to make atoms
Atoms are made up of subatomic particles
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