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Properties of water

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    • 1. The Properties of Water By: Leigh Aaron Biology 4 th hour
    • 2. Adhesion
      • The attractive force between molecules in one phase and different molecules in another phase.
       Drops of water forming a dome on top of a penny is an example of adhesion.
    • 3. Cohesion
      • The attractive force between similar molecules in the same phase.
    • 4. Hydrogen Bond
      • A weak to moderate attractive force between a hydrogen atom bonded to oxygen, nitrogen, or fluorine, and an oxygen, nitrogen, or fluorine atom on another molecule.
    • 5. Hydrophilic
      • Water loving; a hydrophilic substance readily dissolves water.
      Sugar/glucose is a hydrophilic substance.
    • 6. Hydrophobic
      • Water-fearing; a hydrophobic substance does not dissolve in water
      Examples are: oil, wax, etc.
    • 7. Polar Covalent Bond
      • A covalent bond in which the electrons are not shared equally , giving the bond some ionic character.
    • 8. Solvent
      • A liquid which dissolves another substance without any change in its chemical composition (such as water).
    • 9. Specific Heat
      • The amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of a 1 gram sample of a substance by 1 degree Celsius.
    • 10. Surface Tension
      • The energy needed to increase the surface area of a liquid by a given amount.
    • 11. Now you know(: