Over TEKS 10A & 10B
Water molecules have strong intermolecular attractions.
Water molecules have very high viscosity.
Water molecules exist in aqueous solution.
Water has a very low specific heat and is nonpolar.
Water can dissolve a wide variety of substances
Water has the ability to cleanse itself through the water cycle
Water dissolves easily in the air, creating humidity
Water is found in large quantities around the world
Plants need water for respiration as well as glucose.
Plants need water in order to break down glucose for energy.
Plants use water to create energy in the form of glucose.
Plants clean water for other organisms in the environment.
Combination #1 = soluble, Combination #2 = soluble
Combination #1 = insoluble, Combination #2 = soluble
Combination #1 = soluble, Combination #2 = insoluble
Combination #1 = insoluble, Combination #2 = insoluble
As the pressure increases, the solubility decreases.
As the pressure increases, the solubility increases.
Ions with greater charge are more soluble in water.
Nonpolar solids are more soluble in water than polar solids.
The water molecules begin to spread out rapidly near the surface of the water.
The water molecules are nonpolar and repel each other near the surface of the water.
The water molecules are strongly attracted to each other through hydrogen bonding.
The water molecules do not move very quickly near the surface of the water.
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