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6.02 x 10 power 23 is what unit
pH declines as H+ concentration (blank)
Polar molcules create these.
Cotton is an example of a hydrophilic substance that does not disolve in water. Therefore cotton is a (blank).
Term used to describe attraction of water.
Water has a higher (blank) than most liquids which is similar to an invisable film.
Water has a high (blank) which moderates the earth's climate.
The number of moles of a solute per liter of the solution
This tends to stabalize ocean temperature, creating a favorable environment for marine life.
Cells are made up of this percent range of water.
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Term used to describe the fear of water
Water freezes at this temperature (C).
What is the effect of burning focil fuels (coal, oil,and gas).
Water uses this property to stick to cell walls in transportation throughout the plant.
What is the range on a pH scale for an acidic solution.
In an aqueous solution what are the spheres of water surroundng each ion called.
What is needed in human blood to ensure the pH balance is approximately 7.4
When sodium hydroxide is added to water it becomes a (blank)
The amount of heat it takes to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree C
This property of water allows molecules to stick to themselves.

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