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  • 1. AMAZINGWATERThe Unique Properties ofWater
  • 2. Demo #1 – Water,The Universal Solvent
  • 3. Demo #2 –Sinkin’ Lincoln I
  • 4. Demo #2–Sinkin’ Lincoln II
  • 5. Demo #2 –Sinkin’ Lincoln III
  • 6. Demo #3 –Passengers in a Boat
  • 7. Demo #4 –Seven Layer Density Column
  • 8. Demo #5 –Capillary Action I
  • 9. Demo #5 –Capillary Action II
  • 10. Demo #6 –Go With the Flow
  • 11. Demo #7 –Surface Tension
  • 12. Demo #8 –Cohesion, Adhesion &Capillary Action
  • 13. Demo #9 –Specific Heat
  • 14. Amazing Water VocabAbsorbency – the ability to take in a material Adhesion – the tendency of water to stick to other substances Buoyancy – the ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an objectthat is immersed in the fluid Capillary Action – the process that moves water through a narrowporous space Cohesion – the attractive force between water molecules Density – the measure of mass of a substance per unit volume Insoluble – not soluble 
  • 15. Polarity – uneven distribution of charges across a molecule Soluble – having the ability to be dissolved in another substance Specific Heat – the amount of heat needed to raise the temperature ofone gram of a substance by one degree Celsius Surface Tension – the force that acts on the particles at the surface of amaterial Universal Solvent – the quality of water that makes it able to dissolvemore substances that any other solvent can