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Polarity

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Transcript of Polarity

(ad-he-sion)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: When water sticks to other substances besides water.

Real life definition: When rain water sticks to leafs/tree branches.
Adhesion
(cap-il-lar-y-ac-tion)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: A liquid moving across a solid surface.

Real-life example: When it rains and the water makes a stream along a hard surface into a river.
Capillary Action
(co-he-sion)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: When two water molecules combine.

Real-life example: When two rain molecules combine on a leaf
Cohesion
(hy-dro-gen bond)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: A weak bond between two water molecules.

Real-life example: When water frezzes during the winter.
Hydrogen bond
(po-lar-i-ty)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: Is a sharing of electrons within a molecule. It causes strong attraction to other substances like it.

Real world example:
Polarity
(wa-ter den-s-ity)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: Density of water is 1.0 g/ml and anything above or below it is more

Real world example: When the water in the jungle goes above 1.0 g/ml because of hot tempatures
Water Density
(Wa-ter spe-cif-ic he-at)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: When water absorbs heat very slowly. This helps keep wildlife alive

Real-life example: When the jungle rivers stay at one heat most of the time therefor helping keep alive a type of fish species.
Waters Specific Heat
(Surf-ace ten-sion)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: Due to cohesion there appears to be an elastic film around drops of water and over puddles, lakes, and ponds.

Real-life example: When a pond in the jungle is still and seem to have elastic film over it
Surface Tension
(Uni-ver-sal Solve-nt)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: A substance capable of dissolving large or all water.

Real-life example: When a river loses lots of water.
Universal Solvent
(Wa-ter Cy-cle)

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: The cycle in which water is reused and recycled.

Real-life example: When it rains and the water evaporates in the jungle.
Water Cycle
1.) Due to cohesion water can travel upwards through trees and paper towels

2.) Water is required for humans to survive.

3.) Water is made up of only two molecules oxygen and hydrogen

4.) The second longest river in the world is the nile.

5.) Water can be used for hydro power to supply electricity.
Fun/Interesting facts
Water Dictionary
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