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what is polarity condition in which opposite ends of a molecule have slightly different charges.
which states can water excist naturaly solid liquid gas
what causes drops to form cohesion (surface tension)
what causes waters unique properties polarity
why does ice float in water has a lesser density than water
what are the atoms of water 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen
why is water sometimes called the universal solvent it's the one thing everything needs
which substance has a stronger bond between its particles: water or alcohol. alcohol
what are five of earths oceans Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern, Arctic
what are two sources of water for oceans 1. condensation 2. asteroids and comets
what is salinity a measure of mass of dissolved solids in a mass of water
4 criteria scientists use to classify ocean zones sunlight temperature salinity density
describe the surface zone has the greatest amount of sunlight
describe the middle zone wave lengths have been absorbed
describe the deep zone plants cant grow here
why is river water near an ocean sometimes salty the ocean water is either flowing into it or there are many rocks
define ocean currents large volume of water flowing in a certain direction
what is a gyre circular system of currents
what are the 5 main gyres north pacific, south pacific, north Atlantic, south Atlantic, Indian ocean
what is a benifit of upwelling it brings cold, nutrient-rich water from deep in the ocean
what is a density current it carrys water from the surface to deep in the ocean
what are density currents caused by changes in density
how do surface currents affect weather and climate the warm water is being pushed in one direction and the cold water is being pushed in another
how do ocean currents affect weather and climate the warm currents make the water warm on the surface
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