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If baking soda and water are mixed, what is the solute?
a) Water b) baking soda c) water and baking soda d) baking soda and water
Air is made up of 72%nitrogen gas and 25% oxygen. Which is the solvent?
a) Nitrogen b) oxygen c) both d) neither
Food coloring is added to water. What is the solute?
a) Food coloring b) Water c) neither d) both
What variable will affect the rate at which a sugar cube dissolves in water?
a) taste b) crushing c) temperature of the water d) both 2 and 3
Which term means that one substance will dissolve in another
a) insoluble b) colloid c) soluble d) suspension
If water is evaporated from a salt water solution, why does the salt stay behind?
a) The salt is too salty b) The salt is too heavy to evaporate c) The salt is clear d) The salt is evaporated
Clouds are formed due to
a) condensation b) evaporation c) transpiration d) precipitation
Water traveling over the surface or through the surface of the Earth is called
a) condensation b) evaporation c) runoff d) transpiration
Water moving from large bodies of water to the sky is the part of the water cycle called
a) condensation b) evaporation c) runoff d) transpiration
Do you know how to read a solubility graph?
a) yes b) no c) maybe d) gotta think about it
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