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Which results from water's formation of hydrogen bonds? (1 points) A) Water has surface tension. B) Hydrogen and oxygen form ionic bonds. C) Water is a versatile solvent. D) The specific heat of water is lower than most solids.
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User: Which results from water's formation of hydrogen bonds? (1 points) A) Water has surface tension. B) Hydrogen and oxygen form ionic bonds. C) Water is a versatile solvent. D) The specific heat of water is lower than most solids.

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Water has surface tension - results from water's formation of hydrogen bonds.
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