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Water SOL 6.5

water vocabulary

Solubility capable of being dissolved
Surface Tension the strong attraction of molecules at the surface of a liquid.
Cohesion attraction between like particles so they stick together
Adhesion the steady or firm attachment of two different substances, like the sticking of water molecules to the sides of a glass
Density a physical property of matter, divide mass by the volume
Condensation the change of water from a gas to a liquid.
Evaporation the change of water from a liquid to a vapor
Precipitation condensed water vapor falling from the atmosphere as rain
Climate the pattern of weather in an area over time as defined by temperature, precipitation, and humidity
Chemical Weathering rock broken down by a chemical change to the material in the rock
Physical Weathering rocks breaking down without a chemical change
Aquifers rock layers underground that contain water
Created by: bhausler