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7. Water can absorb large amounts of thermal energy without its temperature changing What is this property of water called? (1 point) 8. What are the general names of the chemicals that make up solutions? (1 point) 9. What are the bonds called that form when chemicals share electrons? (1 point)
I think that rather than telling the answers right away you should open your textbook and look at the vocabulary (if it has one). It doesn't really help your learning when you just receive the answers without thinking about them. Because learning is a process, it's not about receiving one word answers straight away. Read the chapters, any material the teachers has given and think. For example read about different chemical bonds and find the one that matches the criteria given. Do you have any idea what the answers could be? Simply giving away answers isn't the right way to go.
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