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Science- Water Prop.

water properties

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water molecule is composed of 1 oxygen atom 2 hydrogen atoms.The oxygen end of the molecule carries a - charge and the hydrogen end of the molecule carries a + charge.This causes water molecules to be attracted to other water molecules. what is this? cohesion
What term is used to describe the amount of energy it takes for 1 gram of a substance to be raised one degree in temperature? specific heat
What happens to water when it freezes? it expands and becomes less dense
The buoyant force is determined by...? the amount of water displaced by an object.
As with all substances, water's density changes as its temperature changes. At what temperature is water's density the greatest? 4° C
water molecule is composed of 1 oxygen atom 2 hydrogen atoms.The oxygen end of the molecule carries a - charge and the hydrogen end of the molecule carries a + charge.This causes water to be attracted to other materials that carry an electrical charge. adhesion
The ability of water to act as a solvent for so many substances is due to its...? Polar nature
Which statement is true about the solubility of ions in water? Both cations and anions are soluble in water.
Water is known as the universal solvent. It can dissolve so many different substances because of its...? polar nature.
Why does ice float in water? when water freezes, it expands and becomes less dense
What is the maximum density of pure water? 1 gram/cm3
Which of the following statements about pure water is true? pure water is a neutral substance
What is unusual about the density of ice? It is less than the density of water, so that it floats.
Water is known as the universal solvent because it dissolves a large number of substances.
Created by: DsA WoRk