science

posted by .

Is it ture that air molecules have weaker attractions then water molecules?

A.Yes
B.No

  • science -

    i say yes is that right?

  • science -

    I would agree.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. SCIENCE 1

    The van der waals equation incorporates corrections to the ideal gas in order to account for the properties of real gases one of the correcctions accounts for A.attractions between molecules B.the quantum behavior of molecules C.that …
  2. chemistry

    consider the following substances Fe(s); O2(g); H2o(l). which of the following is the corrrect order to show decreasing attractions between irons atoms, oxygen molecules, and water molecules?
  3. Chemistry

    HCN is mixed with water. Which is the best description of what you would expect to find in the solution?
  4. chemistry

    Some liquids have enough attractions between molecules to form dimers. (Dimers are molecules formed from the combination of identical molecules, A + A --> A2.) What effect would this have on the experimental molar mass?
  5. chemistry

    HCN is mixed with water. Which is the best description of what you would expect to find in the solution?
  6. Science HW - - - check my answers?

    1. Compare the two light waves above. Which wave would produce the brightest light and which wave would have the least energy?
  7. Science--Check My Answers?

    1. What is true about X-rays and microwaves?
  8. Check my answers?--SCIENCE

    1. What is true about X-rays and microwaves?
  9. Chemistry

    The reason that nonpolar oil will not dissolve in polar water is that the attractive forces between: A. the oil molecules are ionic and the attractive forces between the water molecules are covalent. B. the water molecules are weaker …
  10. science

    Thermal energy is caused by motion of? 1. mixing water molecules contained in a beaker 2. molecules in soild liquid and gas phases 3. mixing molecules together 4. molecules that have reached equilibrium the density of an object with

More Similar Questions