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Which of the following surfaces does a true monolayer always form on?


A. silicon
B. gold
C. both
D. neither

Why are silicon surfaces studied in this experiment?


A. Silicon is shiny like the windows in tall buildings.
B. Silicon more closely represents environmentally relevant surfaces.
C. True monolayers only form on silicon surfaces.
D. Silicon is the most abundant substance on earth.

  • Chemistry -

    #1 is Gold
    i dunno the second one

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    #2 is B. Silicone more closely represents enviornmentally relevant surfaces.

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