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Compounds that contain carbon are called
a) organic compounds
b) inorganic compounds
c) carbonous compounds
d) carbanos

A strong base would have a pH of
a) 12
b) 8
c) 9
d) 7.5

Several salts (or ions) vital to body function are
a) Sodium, Potassium and Iron
b) Na, K
c) C, K
d) there are none

Which of these statements is true
a) Acids release protons
b) Base basically release protons
c) Bases acids accept electrons
d) Acids give away electrons

The pH of blood is
a) 7.35-7.45
b) 7.6
c) 7.8
d) 7

A strong acid would have a pH of
a) 3
b) 5
c) 6.5
d) 5.5

Iron is important because it is
a) part of hemoaglobin
b) a truck
c) nerve impulses
d) a good solvent

Examples of organic compounds are
a) Water, salt
b) Gatorade
c) Proteins, Carbohydrates, Lipids, Nucleic Acids
d) Carbanonydroids, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleo Acids

Two inorganic compounds important for human body functioning are
a) water and salts
b) water and minerals
c) carbohydrates and proteins
d) proteins and lipids

Which is not true about nucleic acids
a) five types in DNA
b) made of nutotides
c) make up genes
d) there are 20 different kinds

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