5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Hydrogen Ion
- Specific Heat
- a A measurement of the intensity of heat- the average kinetic energy- of a group of molecules
- b An individual proton (H+)
- c The amount of heat that must must be absorbed or lost by a substance in order to change its temperature by 1ºC.
- d Water-fearing
- e The phenomena caused by hydrogen bonding wherein molecules of the same type are held together
5 Multiple choice questions
- The quantity of heat that 1g of a liquid must absorb in order to be converted from to a gaseous state.
- A substance that reduces the hydrogen ion concentration of a solution (H+ Acceptor)
- A substance that minimizes changes in the concentrations of H+ and OH- in a solution.
- The energy of motion
- The clinging of a substance to another; caused by hydrogen bonding
5 True/False questions
Hydroxide Ion → An individual proton (H+)
Evaporative Cooling → The cooling of the surface of a liquid during evaporation due to the primary vaporization of molecules with higher levels of kinetic energy (heat).
Mol → The solid form of water; floats on liquid water due to the expansion and crystallization of its component molecules.
Heat → A measure of the total amount of kinetic energy- due to molecular motion- in a body of matter.
Molarity → The dissolving agent of a solution