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Which functional group is this?
a) Amine b) Hydroxyl c) Carboxyl d) Phosphate
Which functional group is this?
a) Hydroxyl b) Amine c) Phosphate d) Carboxyl
Carbon can form all of these bond types with itself except
a) single bonds b) quadruple bonds c) triple bonds d) covalent bonds
What element must a compound contain to be considered organic?
a) O b) N c) C d) H
Water must gain or lose a lot of energy to change its temperature due to
a) covalent bonding between molecules b) partial charges between molecules c) ionic bonding between molecules d) hydrogen bonding between molecules
The attraction between different particles is called
a) adhesion b) hydrogen bonding c) ionic bonding d) cohesion
The combination of cohesion and adhesion to move water up a tube is called
a) cohesion b) suction c) capilarity d) adhesion
The attraction between like particles is called
a) hydrogen bonding b) cohesion c) adhesion d) ionic bonding
The attraction between the partial charges on water is called a
a) Hydrogen bond b) Aqueous solution c) Ionic bon d) Covalent bond
Why is water polar?
a) There is an uneven charge distribution b) Because it has a full charge. c) Hydrogen pulls the electrons closer to it. d) Oxygen pulls the electrons closer to it.
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