Water exhibits strong cohesion.
Water has a high specific heat.
Water is a polar molecule.
Water is easily ionized.
H2O has a high viscosity.
H2O has a high boiling point.
Adjacent H2O molecules form hydrogen bonds.
Nonpolar covalent bonds hold H2O molecules together.
Transpiration from the leaves pulls water upward.
Gravity continually pulls water and nutrients upward.
Xylem contracts and pushes water and nutrients upward.
Trees use energy from ATP to push water and nutrients upward.
All of the answers are a result of hydrogen bonding
One atom of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen
One atom of sodium and one atom of chlorine
One atom of hydrogen and two atoms of oxygen
Two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen
Oxygen side being slightly positive and the hydrogen side being slightly negative.
Oxygen and hydrogen sides being slightly positive.
Oxygen and hydrogen sides being slightly negative.
Oxygen side being slightly negative and the hydrogen side being slightly positive.
Polar covalent bonds.
Nonpolar covalent bonds.
Adhesion and cohesion
Evaporation and cooling
Lower density as a solid than as a liquid
High specific heat
Nonpolar covalent bonds
They are both polar.
They are both nonpolar.
Water is polar and oil in nonpolar.
Water is nonpolar and oil in polar.