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2.2 Water

Properties of Water

acid compound that forms hydrogen ions (H+) in solution
adhesion force of attraction between different kinds of molecules.
base compound that produces hydroxide ions (OH-) in solution; solution with a pH of more than 7.
buffer compound that prevents sharp
cohesion attraction between molecules of the same substance.
hydrogen bond weak attraction between a hydrogen atom and another atom.
mixture material composed of two or more elements or compounds that re physically mixed together but not chemically combined.
pH scale scale with values form 0 to 14
solute substance that is dissolved in a solution.
solution type of mixture in which all the components are evenly distributed.
solvent liquid that does the dissolving.
suspension mixture of water and nondissolved material.
capillary action water molecules "tow" each other to climb up a thin tube
polarity the oxygen end is negative and the hydrogen end is positive
Created by: Mrs.Stichter