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2.2 Western High Biology H vocab

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?Opposite charges of polar molecules can interact to form hydrogen bonds. ?Often oxygen or nitrogen, but many other molecules. ?Weaker than covalent bonds but strong among water molecules 2.2 Vocabulary Isabella Hardman Period 7 9/2/14 ?Measures acidity ? U sually between 0 and 14 ? - 0 is very acidic (High H+) and 14 is in very basic (low H+) ?pH of 7 is neutral -Must be tightly controlled in organisms with buffers.-
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