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10 Cards in this Set

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Which of the following Statements about covalently Bonded molecules is false?
Opposing electrical charges hold the molecule together.
H2O and CH4 are both examples of
Which of the following statements about water is true?
It contains two of the most common elements on Earth.
It is critical for many of the chemical processes found in living systems.
Polar substances that can form hydrogen bonds will dissolve in it.
Nonpolar substances like oils are not soluble in it.
Hydrogen bonds and hydrophilic interactions are
weak chemical bonds that hold separate molecules together.
The molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is most closely related to which class of
nucleic acids
Which of the following represents a polymer of amino acids?
The strongest chemical linkages are found in molecules in which atoms are held
together by ________ bonds
Question 8
. Salt and sugar both dissolve well in water, but for different reasons. In the case of salt,
water molecules
surround the separated ions because of their partial electrical charge.
Which of the following is not an example of a compound that would fall into the
category of monomers?
In a phospholipid bilayer, the hydrophobic tails of the phospholipid molecules are
pointed outward so that they are in maximum contact with water