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Substances that cannot be reduced to simpler substances are:
A. Bases
B. Solutes
C. Elements
D. Gases
C. Elements
A permanent color is an example of ____ change.
A. Physical
B. Chemical
C. Combination
D. Ionic
B. Chemical
Acidity and alkalinity are measured by:
A. pH levels
B. Thermometers
C. Acid precipitation
D. Barometers
A. pH levels
Iron, sulfur, oxygen, zinc, and silver are all examples of:
A. Compounds
B. Analysis
C. Synthetic
D. Elements
D. Elements
________ is called the universal solvent.
A. Alcohol
B. Ammonia
C. Water
D. Glycerin
C. Water
Matter that is changed to form a completely new substance is called a:
A. Organic change
B. Physical change
C. Inorganic change
D. Chemical change
D. Chemical change
Another name for alkalies is:
A. Nonmetals
B. Bases
C. Foundations
D. Metals
B. Bases
The head of a surfactant molecule is water-loving, or:
A. Immiscible
B. Hydrophilic
C. Hyrdrophobic
D. Lipophilic
B. Hydrophilic
_____ are substances used to neutralize acids or raise the pH of many hair products.
A. Alcohols
B. Ammonias
C. Alkanolamines
D. Silicones
C. Alkanolamines
The smalles particle of an element is the:
A. Atom
B. Base
C. Proton
D. Electron
A. Atom
Pure water with a pH of 7 is considered to be:
A. Neutral
B. Acid
C. Alkaline
D. Salty
A. Neutral
In the creation of a solution, the liquid used to dissolve a substance is called the:
A. Solute
B. Suspension
C. Solvent
D. Emulsion
C. Solvent
What type of change occurs when ice melts and becomes water?
A. Chemical
B. Soluble
C. Physical
D. Reactive
C. Physical
The tail of a surfactant molecule is ____, meaning oil loving.
A. Aquaphilic
B. Hydrophilic
C. Lipophilic
D. Oilophilic
C. Lipophilic
When two or more elements combine chemically, they form a:
A. Mixture
B. Compound
C. Suspension
D. Solution
B. Compound
Anything that occupies space is defined as:
A. Molecules
B. Matter
C. Elements
D. Substances
B. Matter
____ is found in perm solutions and chemical straighteners.
A. Ammonia
B. Baking soda
C. Methacrylate
D. Emulsion
A. Ammonia
Vaseline, or paraffin jelly, is commonly known as:
A. Karaya gum
B. NaOH
C. Petroleum
D. Glycerine
C. Petroleum
The formula for sodium hydroxide is:
A. H2O2
B. NaOH
C. NaCl
D. CO2
B. NaOH
_____ is found in the chemical formulation of many sculptured nails.
A. Methacrylate
B. Ammonia
C. Emulsion
D. Zinc
A. Methacrylate
______ is the main element of substances that is studied by organic chemistry.
A. Karaya gum
B. Ions
C. Carbon
D. NaOH
C. Carbon
The oldest ingredient used, as found in lipsticks, epilators, and cuticle cream is:
A. Karaya gum
B. Baking soda
C. Boric acid
D. Beeswax
D. Beeswax
____ is a permanent mixture of 2 or more immiscible substances with the aid of a binder.
A. Emulsion
B. Suspension
C. Compound
D. Solution
A. Emulsion
A temporary mixture of 2 or more insoluble powders in a liquid is called:
A. Emulsion
B. Suspension
C. Compound
D. Solution
B. Suspension
______ is used as a neutralizing agent and when mixed with shampoo, it removes hairspray build up.
A. Petroleum
B. Carbon
C. Ammonia
D. Baking soda
D. Baking soda
Unmixable is called:
A. Miscible
B. Immiscible
C. Soluble
D. Insoluble
B. Immiscible
____ is made up of elements combined physically rather than chemically.
A. Mixture
B. Compound
C. Solution
D. Emulsion
A. Mixture