c. Increasing temperatured. Increasing concentration of reactants intasts thtrot &tochonIlI. Inorganic ChemistryA. Water1. Stabilizing Body Temperaturea.Water requires a relatively large amount of heat to raise its temperatureit therefore hasb. Water can rid the body of excess heat when it2. Protectiona. Water acts as a lubricant by preventingb. Water acts as a cushion by preventing3. Chemical Reactionsa. Reacting molecules must beb. Water is produced in ac. Water is required in ain water.4. Mixing MediumSubstances that are uniformly distributed with no clear boundary betweenthe substances form a1. The liquid that material dissolves in is a2. The material dissolving in the liquid is aA mixture of materials that separate from each other when the mixingstops are part of aa.b.c. Describe a colloid:B. Solution Concentrations1,A 15% salt solution contains how many grams of salt per 100 ml of water?2. Osmoles express

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c. Increasing temperature
d. Increasing concentration of reactants intasts thtrot &tochon
IlI. Inorganic Chemistry
A. Water
1. Stabilizing Body Temperature
a.
Water requires a relatively large amount of heat to raise its temperature
it therefore has
b. Water can rid the body of excess heat when it
2. Protection
a. Water acts as a lubricant by preventing
b. Water acts as a cushion by preventing
3. Chemical Reactions
a. Reacting molecules must be
b. Water is produced in a
c. Water is required in a
in water.
4. Mixing Medium
Substances that are uniformly distributed with no clear boundary between
the substances form a
1. The liquid that material dissolves in is a
2. The material dissolving in the liquid is a
A mixture of materials that separate from each other when the mixing
stops are part of a
a.
b.
c. Describe a colloid:
B. Solution Concentrations
1,
A 15% salt solution contains how many grams of salt per 100 ml of water?
2. Osmoles express
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c. Increasing temperature d. Increasing concentration of reactants intasts thtrot &tochon IlI. Inorganic Chemistry A. Water 1. Stabilizing Body Temperature a. Water requires a relatively large amount of heat to raise its temperature it therefore has b. Water can rid the body of excess heat when it 2. Protection a. Water acts as a lubricant by preventing b. Water acts as a cushion by preventing 3. Chemical Reactions a. Reacting molecules must be b. Water is produced in a c. Water is required in a in water. 4. Mixing Medium Substances that are uniformly distributed with no clear boundary between the substances form a 1. The liquid that material dissolves in is a 2. The material dissolving in the liquid is a A mixture of materials that separate from each other when the mixing stops are part of a a. b. c. Describe a colloid: B. Solution Concentrations 1, A 15% salt solution contains how many grams of salt per 100 ml of water? 2. Osmoles express

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Hi. Thanks for your question. But as you have not mentioned which question needs to be answered, I am answering the first one for you. If you need help to solve the other questions, please post them separately.

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Water plays a major role in stabilizing body temperature. The hydrogen bonds in water allow it to absorb heat more slowly than many other substances.

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1. (a) Water requires a relatively large amount of heat to raise its temperature. It therefore has high specific heat. 

As the hydrogen bonds between the water molecules hold more heat, water absorbs or releases a relatively large amount of heat for each degree of temperature change. Therefore, the high specific heat of water is a result of hydrogen bonding.

1. (b) Water can rid the body of excess heat ...

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