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Properties of water: Quiz

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Question 1:
What is Properties of water also known as?
niobium oxide, columbium monoxide
Dihydrogen Monoxide
Deuterium monoxide
Lead monoxide

Question 2: Note, however, that rusting of ________ is a reaction between iron and oxygen, dissolved in water, not between iron and water.
IronCopperChromiumZinc

Question 3: An example of an ionic solute is table salt; the sodium chloride, NaCl, separates into Na+ cations and Cl ________, each being surrounded by water molecules.
Half cellLithium-ion batteryElectrolyteIon

Question 4: As the surface of salt water begins to freeze (at −1.9 °C for normal salinity ________, 3.5%) the ice that forms is essentially salt free with a density approximately equal to that of freshwater ice.
Ocean thermal energy conversionSea levelCurrent sea level riseSeawater

Question 5: Water has a high ________ of 72.8 mN/m at room temperature, caused by the strong cohesion between water molecules, the highest of the non-metallic liquids.
Fluid staticsViscosityFluid dynamicsSurface tension

Question 6: The ________ of water is known as water vapor (or steam), and is characterized by water assuming the configuration of a transparent cloud.
TemperatureGasThermodynamic temperatureSpecific heat capacity

Question 7: Water is relatively transparent to visible light, near ultraviolet light, and far-red light, but it absorbs most ultraviolet light, ________, and microwaves.
Visible spectrumX-rayInfraredElectromagnetic spectrum

Question 8: Water can be described as a polar liquid that slightly dissociates disproportionately into the ________ ion (H3O+(aq)) and an associated hydroxide ion (OH(aq)).
Acid dissociation constantHydroniumHydrogenAmmonia

Question 9: An object with such a charge difference is called a ________.
Electric dipole momentMagnetic momentMagnetic fieldDipole

Question 10: fats and oils), are known as ________ ("water-fearing") substances.
HydrophileHydrophobeChemical polaritySuperhydrophobe







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