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There are many correct answers to this question, as there are many differences between water and vinegar. While they are both liquids, water is more important than vinegar. This is because it covers the Earth's surface and is vital for all life forms. Vinegar is acidic, while water is...Read More

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Capillary action is a special property of the water molecules, which is due to the water molecules adhering to one another. When these water molecules are applied to a tube like structure such as the root or vessel wall causes an upward force. This causes the liquid to move up the...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is No; water doesn't have a taste. Despite that, there are different types of water available that may taste different. For example, I prefer Aquafina water, but I don't like the taste of Dasani water. Both waters have no traditional taste, but they have...Read More

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Have you ever heard of groundwater? That’s the same thing as a water table. The concept is pretty easy. A water table is a layer of water that is under the ground - often deep enough that it cannot easily be accessible from the top of the earth’s crust. People on well water often...Read More

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Water has no odor or taste; however, oil, on the other hand, does have an odor and taste. Water is a polar substance. Polar molecules are the product of polar bonding between atoms in which the electrons are not shared equally. This bonding happens when two different particles bind togeth...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is Specific heat. The body is smart. It can indicate specific temperature situations that the body is in. When the body is cold, it shivers to generate heat. The body can also indicate when it is too hot. To cool the body down quickly, the body sweats t...Read More

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The truth is, without water it will be practically impossible for living things on earth to survive. Water is used for a variety of things and it is available in a very large proportion covering about 70 percent of the earth. The so many properties of water have made it a must for every living...Read More

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Sea water is the best conductor of electricity because it has a high salt content. Salt molecules are made of sodium ions and chlorine ions. When you put salt in water, the water molecules pull the sodium and chlorine ions apart so they are floating freely. These ions are what carry electricity...Read More

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The answer to this question is E. This polar bear is relying on the density of the water in relation to the ice cap. The density of water is what allows all things, including animals, to float. Since this polar bear is standing on a small ice cap which is floating, the density of the water is...Read More

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The term “endergonic” is a term that is found in the scientific branch of biology and chemistry. It refers the amount of energy it takes to create the chemical reaction is greater than the energy that comes out of the chemical reaction. The opposite is the exergonic reaction. When...Read More

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