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Which of the following properties of water is NOT a result of hydrogen bonding? A. cohesion B. ability to dissolve many substances C. lower
density of ice compared to liquid water D. ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in water molecules
D. ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in water molecules a property of water which is NOT a result of hydrogen bonding. [smile]
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User: Which of the following properties of water is NOT a result of hydrogen bonding? A. cohesion B. ability to dissolve many substances C. lower density of ice compared to liquid water D. ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in water molecules

Weegy: D. ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in water molecules a property of water which is NOT a result of hydrogen bonding. [smile]
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User: How is a solute different from a solvent in a solution? A. The solute is present in a smaller amount. B. The solute is present in a greater amount. C. The solute is a solid and the solvent is a liquid. D. The solute is a liquid and the solvent is a gas.





Weegy: Solute is present in a smaller amount and a solvent is present in a greater amount.
Expert answered|fyticue|Points 20|

User: In a water solution, how do acids differ from bases? A. Acids form hydrogen ions (H+), while bases form hydroxide ions (OH–). B. Acids turn litmus blue, while bases turn litmus red. C. Acids form salts, bust bases do not. D. Hydrogen ions (H+) remain dissolved, but hydroxide ions (OH–) do not.

Weegy: The answer is A. Acids form hydrogen ions (H+), while bases form hydroxide ions (OH–).
Expert answered|fyticue|Points 20|



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