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properties of water

8 questions on properties of water

What is polarity? A condition in which opposite ends of a molecule have slightly opposite charges, but the overall charge of the molecule is neutral.
What is specific heat? The amount of thermal energy needed to raise the temperature of 1kg of material 1 degree Celsius
What is Cohesion? Cohesion is the attraction among molecules that are alike.
What is Adhesion? Adhesion is the attraction among molecules that are not alike.
Is density of freshwater greatest or lowest at 4 degrees Celsius? Greatest
Is the density of ice lower or higher than the density of the same volume of liquid water. Lower
How does sodium chloride dissolve in water? The positively charged sodium atoms are attracted to negatively charged hydrogen atoms of water, then negatively charged chlorine atoms are attracted to the positively charged hydrogen atoms. Finally, sodium chlorine breaks apart, or dissolves.
Are the particles of liquid water closer together or farther apart than the particles of the same volume of frozen water? Closer together
Created by: lancewyatt11