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More than 97 percent of Earth's total water supply is found in
a) ice sheets b) the atmosphere c) the oceans d) groundwater
A molecule with electrically charged parts is a
a) non-polar molecule b) solution c) polar molecule d) gas
When you stir salt into water you are making a
a) solution b) solvent c) solid d) molecule
The process of supplying land areas with water to make them suitable for farming is
a) transpiration b) irrigation c) condensation d) capillary action
Adhesion
a) the tendency of water molecules to form weak bonds and stick together b) the tightness across the surface of the water caused by the polar molecules pulling on one another c) the force of attraction among molecules and with surrounding materials d) the tendency of water to stick to other substances
Surface Tension
a) the tightness across the surface of the water caused by the polar molecules pulling on one another b) the tendency of water to stick to other substances c) – a molecule that has electrically charged areas, positive and negative d) – the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1g of a substance by 1˚C
Cohesion
a) the tightness across the surface of the water caused by the polar molecules pulling on one another b) the tendency of water molecules to form weak bonds and stick together c) the tendency of water to stick to other substances d) the force of attraction among molecules and with surrounding materials
Polar Molecule
a) the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1g of a substance by 1˚C b) a measure of how much of a substance dissolves in a given amount of another substance c) a substance in which another substance dissolves d) a molecule that has electrically charged areas, positive and negative
Capillary Action
a) the ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object that is immersed in the fluid, or the ability to float in water b) the force of attraction among molecules and with surrounding materials c) the tendency of water molecules to form weak bonds and stick together d) the tendency of water to stick to other substances
Specific Heat
a) the tightness across the surface of the water caused by the polar molecules pulling on one another b) the tendency of water to stick to other substances c) the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1g of a substance by 1˚C d) – the tendency of water molecules to form weak bonds and stick together
Boyancy
a) the ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object that is immersed in the fluid, or the ability to float in water b) a measure of how much of a substance dissolves in a given amount of another substance. c) the force of attraction among molecules and with surrounding materials d) the tendency of water molecules to form weak bonds and stick together
Universal Solvent
a) the quality of water that makes it able to dissolve more substances than any other solvent can b) a substance in which another substance dissolves. c) able to dissolve. d) the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1g of a substance by 1˚C
Density
a) – the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1g of a substance by 1˚C b) the ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object that is immersed in the fluid, or the ability to float in water c) a measure of the mass of a substance per unit volume d) a measure of how much of a substance dissolves in a given amount of another substance.
Solubility
a) the ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object that is immersed in the fluid, or the ability to float in water b) a measure of how much of a substance dissolves in a given amount of another substance. c) the tightness across the surface of the water caused by the polar molecules pulling on one another d) the tendency of water to stick to other substances
Solvent
a) the tightness across the surface of the water caused by the polar molecules pulling on one another b) the force of attraction among molecules and with surrounding materials c) a measure of the mass of a substance per unit volume d) a substance in which another substance dissolves
Eutrophication
a) nutrients building up in a lake over many years, turns into a meadow b) the quality of water that makes it able to dissolve more substances than any other solvent can c) a measure of how much of a substance dissolves in a given amount of another substance. d) the ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object that is immersed in the fluid, or the ability to float in water
The energy that drives the water cycle comes from the
a) Earth b) Sun c) Rain d) Magma
The property of surface tension allows insects to walk on water
a) True b) c) False d)
The process by which the leaves of plants give off water into the atmosphere is
a) condensation b) transpiration c) evaporation d) precipitation
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