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Aquatic Science #3

have a definite structure, shape , and volume solids
have a definite volume, but not a definite shape liquids
have no definite shape or volume gases
causes water droplets to hang on the end of a leaf adhesion
the reason a paper clip can float on water surface tension
are greater in cold water dissolved oxygen levels
helps form coral skeletons dissolved carbon dioxide
occurs at the surface of a liquid evaporation
occurs at any place within a liquid boiling
mass per unit volume density
salt what the boiling point of water raises
liquid water is thought to maintain what shape the longest tetrahedral
ice is held together in what shape hexagonal
the settling of very small particles, such as clay, at the bottom of a liquid is know as siltation
The process where matter in an area of high concentration moves to an area of low concentration is called difusion
is a property of liquid that allows it to resist external forces Surface tension
is the force a liquid that exerts on a body in all directions at one depth Hydrostatic pressure
the phase change from a soild to a liquid calle melting
the phase change from a liquid to a gas called vaporization
the upward force that acts on every object that is at least partially submerged in water buoyancy
the attractive force between two unlike substances adhesion
the attractive force between two of the same molecules cohesion
when one substance fully incorporates into a liquid, it is know as dissolving
too much of what can cause exess algae growth and deplete dissolved oxygen supplies nitrogen, phosphorous
what happens to water molecules between 4 and 0 the hydrogen bonds begin to expand
a bond between molecules due to the attraction of slightly negative and slightly positive charged atoms hydrogen bond
a bond between two atoms where the atoms share electrons covalent bond
the building block of matter atoms
two or more atoms chemically combined molecule
boning occurs within a water molecule covalent
bonding occurs between water molecules hydrogen
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