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

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

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

User: A pH of 2 indicates a(n) _____.

Weegy: A pH of 2 indicates a strong acid.



User: A substance that yields an anion plus a hydrogen ion is a(n) _____.

Weegy: A substance which yields an anion plus a hydrogen ion is an acid.



User: Identify this symbol. Cl-

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

User: base

Weegy: Can you kindly elaborate your question please , which specific meaning of base are you looking at?
armageddon|Points 1183|

User: what is the definition of base

Weegy: A definition is a statement that explains the meaning of a term.
abl70|Points 102|

User: a positively charged ion; an atom which has lost an electron?

User: a negatively charged ion; an atom which has gained an electron?

User: the compound formed by the ionic bonding of a cation and anion?

User: The pH of water is _____ because it contains an equal amount of H+ and OH- ions.

Weegy: B)7. The pH of water is 7 because it contains an equal amount of H+ and OH- ions.
migzptz|Points 7615|

User: Identify this symbol. Al+3

User: Large organic molecules that are synthesized from multiple identical subunits are _____.

Weegy: Large organic molecules that are synthesized from multiple identical subunits are polymers.
bananayumboat|Points 563|

User: Why can carbon form very large molecules?

User: What happens when organic molecules decompose?

User: When compounds that are formed from ionic bonds decompose, the products are usually _____.

User: How many electrons does carbon lack in its outer shell?

Weegy: The answer is 4.
vandar|Points 911|

User: Carbon is ideally suited to form ionic bonds true or false

User: Functional groups are a group of molecules attached to a carbon-based core of an organic molecule. Key functional groups are _____.

Weegy: Functional groups are a group of molecules attached to a carbon-based core of an organic molecule. Key functional groups are Aminos, phosphates, and carbonyls. [ ............. ]
sujaysen|Points 4591|

User: synthesis of repeating molecules

Weegy: Polymer Synthesis: The study of polymer science begins with understanding the methods in which these materials are synthesized. Polymer synthesis is a complex procedure and can take place in a variety of ways. [ Addition polymerization describes the method where monomers are added one by one to an active site on the growing chain. Addition Polymerization: The most common type of addition polymerization is free radical polymerization. A free radical is simply a molecule with an unpaired electron. The tendency for this free radical to gain an additional electron in order to form a pair makes it highly reactive so that it breaks the bond on another molecule by stealing an electron, learing that molecule with an unpaired election (which is another free radical). Free radicals are often created by the division of a molecule (known as an initiator) into two fragments along a single bond. The following diagram shows the formation of a radical from its initiator, in this case benzoyl peroxide. ]
smp0784|Points 4028|

User: decomposition using water

User: two or more simpler molecules strung together

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