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Q: Water's _____ property creates positive and negative ions, which are essential for chemical reactions. ionization acidic basic cohesive
A: ionization
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User: Water's _____ property creates positive and negative ions, which are essential for chemical reactions.

User: Water's _____ property creates positive and negative ions, which are essential for chemical reactions. ionization acidic basic cohesive

Weegy: ionization
kdabhi|Points 21|

User: Identify this symbol. Cl- anion cation atom molecule

Weegy: Cl is Chlorine and it is Anion
ladygray|Points 350|

User: A substance that yields a cation plus the hydroxyl ion in water is a(n)_____. salt acid base

Weegy: A substance that yields a cation plus the hydroxyl ion in water is a base.
smckee0174|Points 471|

User: Score: On the pH scale, a 7 indicates _____. a base an acid neutrality

User: A salt is formed by the ionic bonding of a cation and an anion. True False

User: A solution that contains equal numbers of hydrogen and hydroxyl ions would be called _____. acidic basic alkaline neutral

User: When water is ionized, it can act as either an acid or a base. True False

User: A substance that releases hydroxyl ions in water is a _____. acid base salt

Weegy: base
beezy_187|Points 461|

User: When two atoms combine by sharing electrons, it is a(n) _____ bond. ionic covalent

Weegy: When two atoms combine by sharing electrons, it is a(n) ionic bond.
sharpies|Points 8787|

User: A substance that releases hydrogen ions in water is a base. True False

Weegy: An ion is an atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons, giving it a net positive or negative electrical charge.
Darkiedark|Points 874|

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9x + 26 + 7x - 17 = 2x + (-3x) + 5x
Weegy: B.16x + 9 = 4x (More)
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9x + 26 + 7x - 17 = 2x + (-3x) + 5x
16x + 9 = 4x
16x - 4x = -9
12x = -9
x = -9/12 = -3/4
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