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polar molecule a molecule that has electricity charged areas
surface tension the tightness across the surface of water caused by the polar water molecules pulling on each other
capillary action The combined force of attraction among water moleculed and with the molecules surrounding materials
Solution a mixture in which one substance is dissolved in another
solvent the part of a solution that is present in the largeset amount and dissoves a solute
evaporation the process by which molecules at the surface of a liquid such as water absorb enough energy to change to a gas state such as water vapor
condensation the process by which a gas such as water vaper changes to a gas state such as water vapor
transpiration process which plants release water vapor through thier leaves
specific amount of thermal energy required raise temp. one kil. of a substance by 1 C
suspension mixture which particlesd be less4r amount & dissolved the so.
solute part a solution present a less amount& dissolved by solvent
freezing point temp. which a substance changes from a liquid to a solid
boiling point temp. which a sub. changes from a liquid to a gas
cohesion Water molecules attract to each becaus eof unlike charges
adhesion process of water molecules sticking to other substance
density amount of mass in a given space
pores tiny openings in between particles of rock & soil that may contain air or water.
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