Properties Of Water Question Preview (ID: 36948)


Water.

Wax does not dissolve in water because it is
a) non-polar.
b) polar.
c) specific heat.
d) a hydrogen bond.

What property of water is exhibited when a water molecule sticks to other substances?
a) adhesion
b) surface tension.
c) solubility.
d) density.

What property of water is exhibited when a water molecule sticks to another water molecule?
a) polarity.
b) surface tension.
c) cohesion.
d) adhesion.

What property of water makes it able to have surface tension, capillary action, adhesion and cohesion?
a) Polarity
b) Non-polarity
c) Salinity
d) Solubility

What creates the attraction between water molecules?
a) They like each other.
b) The oxygen carries a negative charge which attracts to the hydrogen's positive charge.
c) The hydrogen carries a negative charge which attracts to the oxygen's positive charge.
d) The have different atomic numbers.

Water is often called the universal
a) solution.
b) solute.
c) solvent.
d) salute.

When water travels through a plant it takes advantage of
a) surface tension.
b) capillary action.
c) density.
d) solubility.

The tightness across the surface of water that is caused by polar molecules pulling on each other is
a) universal solvent
b) surface tension
c) cohesion
d) capillary action

Because water has positive hydrogen and negative oxygen, it is a
a) big molecule.
b) Mickey Mouse molecule.
c) non-polar molecule.
d) polar molecule.

In a solution of iced tea, what is the solvent?
a) tea
b) sugar
c) water
d) lemon

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