Science Project<br />Water<br />
Questions & Answers<br />Q 1-State for each of the following whether it is due to evaporation or condensation:<br /><ul><l...
Condensation
Steam rising from wet clothes while they are ironed.
Evaporation
Fog appearing on a cold winter morning.
Condensation
Blackboard dries up after wiping it.
Evaporation</li></li></ul><li>Q 1-Suppose you want to dry your school uniform quickly. Would spreading it near an anghiti ...
Q 3-To clean their spectacles, people often breathe out on glasses to make them wet. Explain why the glasses become wet.<b...
Q 4-When does a drought occur?<br />Ans-A drought occurs if there is no rainfall for a long time. Usually, water lost by s...
Fill in the blanks<br />The process of changing water into its vapor state is called evaporation.<br />The process of chan...
Definition<br />Clouds-<br /><ul><li>The condensed water droplets join together to form clouds </li></ul>Condensation-<br ...
Water cycle<br />The path that water follows as it evaporates into the air, condenses into clouds, and returns to Earth as...
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  1. 1. Science Project<br />Water<br />
  2. 2. Questions & Answers<br />Q 1-State for each of the following whether it is due to evaporation or condensation:<br /><ul><li>Water drops appear on the outer surface of a glass containing cold water.
  3. 3. Condensation
  4. 4. Steam rising from wet clothes while they are ironed.
  5. 5. Evaporation
  6. 6. Fog appearing on a cold winter morning.
  7. 7. Condensation
  8. 8. Blackboard dries up after wiping it.
  9. 9. Evaporation</li></li></ul><li>Q 1-Suppose you want to dry your school uniform quickly. Would spreading it near an anghiti or heater help? If yes, how?<br />Ans-Yes, spreading of clothes near an angithi or a heater would help dry the clothes quicker. This is because heat generated from an angithi or a heater causes the water to evaporate at a faster rate.<br />Q 2-Take out a cold bottle of water from the refrigerator and keep it on the table. After some time, you will notice a puddle of water around it. Why?<br />Ans-This is because water vapor near the cold bottle collides with it, becomes cool, and condenses into water droplets. These water droplets collect and form a puddle of water around the bottle.<br />
  10. 10. Q 3-To clean their spectacles, people often breathe out on glasses to make them wet. Explain why the glasses become wet.<br />Ans-During exhalation (or breathing out), carbon dioxide is released along with water vapors. If one breathes out onto glass, the released water vapors collide with the surface of the glass, thereby making it cooler. As a result, the water vapors present in the air surrounding the glass condense and get attached to the glass surface. Consequently, the glass becomes wet.<br />Q 4-How are clouds formed?<br />Ans-Clouds are formed by the process of evaporation and condensation. Water from the oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, plants, fields, and other land surfaces evaporates, gets into air, and rises up in the atmosphere. At a certain height when the air becomes cooler, water vapor contained in air condenses. On condensation, these form water droplets. These water droplets collect and float in air as clouds.<br />
  11. 11. Q 4-When does a drought occur?<br />Ans-A drought occurs if there is no rainfall for a long time. Usually, water lost by soil due to evaporation is retuned to it by rains. But no rainfall occurs for a long time, it leads to a decrease in the water level of various ponds and wells. This leads to the condition of drought.<br />
  12. 12. Fill in the blanks<br />The process of changing water into its vapor state is called evaporation.<br />The process of changing water vapor into water is called condensation<br />No rainfall for a year or more may lead to drought in the region.<br />Excessive rains may cause floods .<br />
  13. 13. Definition<br />Clouds-<br /><ul><li>The condensed water droplets join together to form clouds </li></ul>Condensation-<br /><ul><li>The process of conversion of water vapor is called condensation</li></ul>Evaporation-<br /><ul><li>The process of converting water into water vapors is called evaporation.</li></ul>Drought-<br /><ul><li>No rainfall for a long period causes drought.</li></ul>Flood-<br /><ul><li>Heavy rainfall cause increase in water level in river, ponds, springs etc. called flood.</li></ul>Hail-<br /><ul><li>Water vapors condense to form small sphere and fall on the earth in the form of hail.</li></li></ul><li>Oceans-<br /><ul><li>The vast water bodies are called oceans. These are the biggest source of water.</li></ul>Rain water Harvesting-<br /><ul><li>Collecting of rainwater for use at needy times is rainwater harvesting.</li></ul>Snow-<br /><ul><li>When water vapors pass over a cold place, they condense to form cotton like structures and fall on the earth as snow.</li></ul>Water cycle-<br /><ul><li>The evaporation of water to air, formation of clouds by condensation and falling of rain on the earth constitute water cycle.</li></ul>Ground Water-<br /><ul><li>The water found beneath the surface of earth is called ground water.</li></li></ul><li>True or false<br />Water vapor is present in air only during the monsoon. (False)<br />Water evaporates into air from the oceans, rivers, and lakes, but not from soil. (False)<br />The process of water changing into its vapor is called evaporation. (True)<br />The evaporation of water takes place only in sunlight. (True)<br />Water vapor condenses to form tiny droplets of water in the upper layer of air, where it is cooler. (True)<br />
  14. 14. Water cycle<br />The path that water follows as it evaporates into the air, condenses into clouds, and returns to Earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail. After the sun's heat dried up the pond, water from rain filled it back up, completing its journey through the water cycle.<br />
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  17. 17. Rain water harvesting <br />One way of increasing the availability of water is to collect rainwater and store it for later use. Collecting rainwater in this way is called rainwater harvesting <br />
  18. 18. Made By<br />Aman RajputClass VI-CRoll No.-33 <br />

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