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Q: A higher concentration of molecules causes a faster chemical reaction. This is known as _____. the law of mass action chemical equilibrium activation energy metabolism
A: A higher concentration of molecules causes a faster chemical reaction. This is known as chemical equilibrium.
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User: A higher concentration of molecules causes a faster chemical reaction. This is known as _____. the law of mass action chemical equilibrium activation energy metabolism

Weegy: A higher concentration of molecules causes a faster chemical reaction. This is known as chemical equilibrium.
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User: Which of the following are not properties of enzymes? not required to sustain the life of an organism sensitive to pH and temperature of their environment able to interact with all compounds or substrates large proteins with a special surface pattern

Weegy: Enzymes are NOT large proteins with a special surface pattern
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User: Water molecules tend to stick to one another by _____.

User: Water molecules tend to stick to one another by ?

User: Water molecules tend to stick to one another by _____. ionic bonding hydrogen bonding covalent bonding

User: _____ is required to start a chemical reaction. Chemical equilibrium The law of mass action Activation energy Metabolism

User: _____ is required to start a chemical reaction. Chemical equilibrium The law of mass action Activation energy Metabolism

User: A neutral pH level is _____.

User: Which is not a property of water? polar molecule regulates temperature universal solvent alkaline solution

Weegy: 4.)alkaline solution
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User: a very acidic pH level is _____, and a very basic pH level is _____. 1; 13 13; 1

User: Synthesis and decomposition reactions in an organism are called _____. chemical equilibrium ATP activation energy metabolism Question #16MultipleChoice Score: H2 is a molecule, but H2O is a _____. diatomic moleculecompoundneuronphoton Question #17MultipleChoice Score: The bond formed from electrons that are transferred is a(n) _____. ionic bondhydrogen bondcovalent bond Question #18MultipleChoice Score: A salt dissolved in water forms _____. anions and cationsonly anionsonly cationsneutral atoms Question #19MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Atoms are made up of _____. neuronsphotonsprotonsneutronschargeselectrons Question #20MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Which of the following are not properties of carbon? It's very cohesive and adhesive.It can form polymers like carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.It can regulate temperature.Decomposition of molecules can occur readily, releasing needed energy. Question #21TrueFalse Score: An atom that carries an electric charge is called a neutron. TrueFalse Question #22MultipleChoice Score: The atomic mass is the _____. number of protons plus the number of neutronsnumber of protons plus the number of electronsnumber of neutronsnumber of protons Question #23MultipleChoice Score: When dissolved in water, hydrogen ions are released from _____ and hydroxyl ions are released from _____. acids; basesbases; acids Question #24MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Which of the following are not properties of proteins? very complex organic moleculesmade up of amino acidsderived from oils and the fat of meatmade up of hemoglobin Question #25MultipleChoice Score: Sodium has one electron in its outer energy level. According to the octet rule, _____. it wants to take on another electronit wants to give up an electronits outer energy level is full Question #26MultipleChoice Score: The chemical bond that occurs from the attraction of two oppositely charged atoms is a(n) _____. covalent bondionic bondhydrogen bond Question #27MultipleChoice Score: The atomic mass of an element whose atoms consist of six protons, seven neutrons, and six electrons is _____. 6121319 Question #28MultipleChoice Score: Na+ is a(n) _____, and Cl- is a(n) _____ . cation; anionanion; cation Question #29MultipleChoice Score: Approximately twenty-five elements _____. occur naturally on earthare in the human bodyare in the periodic table of elements Question #30MultipleChoice Score: Compounds are made up of _____. electronscellsmoleculesprotons Question #31MultipleChoice Score: Noble gases have a full outer energy level and are inactive. These atoms are considered _____. neutralinertan aniona cation Question #32Matching Score: Match the following terms and definitions. 1. two or more units are added together to form a new compound reversible reaction 2. reactants used to form products can also be obtained from those products decomposition reaction 3. a compound is broken into its constituent parts synthesis reaction 4. the substrates trade constituent parts exchange reaction Question #33MultipleChoice Score: The octet rule suggests that atoms _____. want to complete their energy levelwant to pair up in eightswant to have eight energy levels Question #34MultipleChoice Score: Fluorine has an atomic number of 9. The n = 1 energy level has two electrons, and the n = 2 energy level has seven electrons. Flourine's valence is _____. +2-2+1-1 Question #35MultipleChoice Score: Chemistry is important in biology because both sciences focus study on _____. energy and matterliving organismsmixing chemicals Question #36MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Which of the following are not properties of nucleic acids? smallest of the four main biological macromoleculesresponsible for storing and carrying genetic codesbuilding blocks of carbohydratesmade up of DNA and RNA



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