Properties of Water.


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Properties of Water. Covalent holding versus Hydrogen holding. Covalent Bond. . Hydrogen Bond. Properties of Water. Water is the dissolvable of Life!Solute
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Properties of Water Covalent holding Polar covalent bond – unequal sharing of electrons An incredible case of a particle with polar covalent bonds is water. Why is water viewed as polar? What is a fractional positive and incomplete negative charge?

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Properties of Water Covalent holding versus Hydrogen holding Hydrogen Bond Covalent Bond

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Properties of Water Universal Solvent Water is the dissolvable of Life! Solute – substance broke up in a dissolvable to frame an answer Solvent – liquid that breaks up solutes Example: Ice Tea – water is the dissolvable and tea and sugar the solutes

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Properties of Water Cohesion, Adhesion and Surface Tension attachment = water pulled in to other water atoms as a result of polar properties bond = water pulled in to different materials surface pressure = water is pulled together making the littlest surface region conceivable

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Properties of Water Capillary Action Because water has both cement and strong properties, narrow activity is available. Slender Action = water\'s cement property is the reason for narrow activity. Water is pulled in to some other material and after that through attachment, other water particles move as well as a consequence of the first bond. Ex: Think water in a straw Ex: Water travels through trees thusly

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Properties of Water to raise the temperature of water, the normal atomic speed needs to increment. It takes significantly more vitality to raise the temperature of water contrasted with different solvents since hydrogen bonds hold the water atoms together! Water has a high warmth limit. "The particular warmth is the measure of warmth per unit mass required to raise the temperature by one degree Celsius. " High Heat Capacity

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Properties of Water Density Water is less thick as a strong ! This is on the grounds that the hydrogen bonds are steady in ice – every atom of water is bound to four of its neighbors. Strong – water atoms are reinforced together – space between settled Liquid – water particles are continually holding and rebonding – space is continually evolving

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Properties of Water So, would you be able to name the greater part of the properties of water? Attachment Cohesion Capillary activity High surface strain Holds warmth to direct temperature (High warmth limit) Less thick as a strong than a fluid

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Acids and Bases Strength analyzed utilizing pH scale Ranges from 0 – 14 Logarithmic Scale (gets 10x greater/littler) Acid – gives H+ when added to watery arrangements Ranges from pH 0-6.9 Base – separates into hydroxide (OH-) particles and another compound when set in a fluid arrangement Ranges from pH 7.1 – 14 Distilled water is pH 7.0 or unbiased. Why? H 2 O H+ + OH-

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Acids and Bases Buffers – mixes used to keep up a contant pH inside a framework H 2 CO 3 H + + HCO 3 - Carbonic acid bicarbonate particle

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Acids and Bases

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Making Biological Molecules and H 2 O Condensation Reaction H 2 O Hydrolysis Reaction

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