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points of pivotation

pivot point porositation, elastisitation,& alkalization of chemistral questions

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What are the only two things that water cannot dissolve? oil and wax
"Perming" is an example of what type of change? chemical
4.5 to 5.5 describes the pH range of ____, ____, and ______. skin, hair, and scalp
What number identifies a substance as being "neutral" on the pH scale? 7
What does the anagram "H.O.N.C.S." stand for, as it pertains to the molecular structure of hair? Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon, Sulfur
A shampoo with medicinal additives in it is referred to as a(n)____________. ointment
Gasses, Solids, and Liquids are the three forms of __________? matter
Another name for protein is ___________. keratin
TRUE or FALSE? Everything that is alive, or was once alive contains oxygen. FALSE
TRUE or FALSE? The scientific study of matter and the physical changes in matter is called physiology. FALSE
TRUE or FALSE? The smallest complete unit of an element is an atom. TRUE
TRUE or FALSE? A substance with a pH of 5.5 would be akaline. FALSE
TRUE or FALSE? The pH measurement scale indicates whether a substance is acidic, neutral, or alkaline. TRUE
TRUE or FALSE? A "surfactant" is used to remove oil from hair. FALSE
TRUE or FALSE? Sodium hydroxide and thioglycolate relaxers should be used together. FALSE
 

 



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