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Nanotechnology and Scientific Inquiry

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  • Q1
    Which of these questions is testable in a scientific investigation?
    Does a red rose smell better than a pink rose?
    Is science a better subject to study than foreign language?
    Are plastics more toxic than wood when burned?
    Are mountains more beautiful than oceans?
  • Q2
    What do we mean by “evidence” in a scientific inquiry?
    It is information acquired from older people.
    It is observations or the results of experiments.
    It is variables we measure in an experiment.
    It is information acquired through personal experience.
  • Q3
    The term that refers to surfaces that repel water and are non-polar is____________.
  • Q4
    A nanometer is equal to________________.
    1/100 meter
    1/1000 meter
    1/1,000,000 meter
    1/1,000,000,000 meter
  • Q5
    Which of the following is an example of a hydrophyllic substance?
    Tissue Paper
    The surface of a Lotus leaf (Water Lily)

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