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The opposite poles of the water molecule attract each other and stick together. Water molecules act like a “magnet” This property allows water to have so many unique properties!
Water is attracted to itself!
Meniscus Adhesion causes a meniscus Water sticks to the sides of the glass Concave and Convex A – concave B – convex
Cohesive Properties Water sticks to water causing big droplets to ‘bead’ up Adhesive Properties The formula reduces the ability of adhesion, causing the water to quickly slide off windshield
So based on buoyant force, how does a submarine work? USS Sealey
Liquids Many physical properties related to internal attraction of atoms. Surface tension Capillary action Beading Viscosity Stronger interparticle.
Question 1 What is the Molecular formula for water?
Reading a Graduated Cylinder Determine Scale (What is each line worth?) Measure bottom of meniscus Get to eye level.
Properties of Water. Water is the molecule of life. Water has very unique and important properties. O HH.
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Water Properties Pictures and Diagrams. This is an example of a Hydrogen Bond.
Lesson Overview 2.2 Properties of Water. The Water Molecule –How does the structure of water contribute to its unique properties?
WATER Characteristics and Properties WHAT IS WATER? Inorganic Compound – derived from nonliving things Most abundant compound on Earth Found in nearly.
Meniscus. The meniscus (plural: menisci, from the Greek for "crescent") is the curve in the upper surface of a liquid close to the surface of the container.
Water’s chemical formula is H 2 O made of two hydrogens atoms and 1 oxygen atom formed by covalent bonds.
Properties of Water Polarity & Hydrogen Bonding. Polar Molecule Sometimes when atoms form covalent bonds, they do not share electrons equally One of the.
PROPERTIES OF WATER. Structure of Water Shape 105 o angle Polar molecule – negative and positive pole.
PROPERTIES OF WATER Chapter 2.2. The Meniscus Effect Water molecules have the ability to stick to each other and their containers in a way that creates.
Water Properties Lab. First, a bit of chemistry…
Warm Up: Write 10 facts you already know about water.
Ch 2-2: Properties of Water. The Water Molecule: How many Protons? 10 (positively charged) How many Electrons? 10 (negatively charged) What is the.
/26 Water’s Unique Properties Leave HW#12 out to be checked 1) Then, try to make your paper clip float! 2) Call Joe once your paper clip.
Dihydrogen Monoxide It can kill.. Dihydrogen Monoxide It can kill May burn.
Water Molecule Like repels – push apart Opposite attracts – come together Magnet – like charges repel; unlike (opposite) charges attract Electrically.
Properties of Water. Water is a Polar Molecule Water molecules orient themselves such that positive ends line up with negative ends and vice versa. This.
Water. How Unique is Water?? Water is one of only 3 naturally occurring inorganic liquids Only chemical compound that naturally exists in all 3 states—solid,
Properties of Water. Water Polarity Water’s chemical formula is H 2 O The hydrogen atoms are “attached” to one side of the oxygen atom. This results in.
Warm Up, October 24 th, )Why does water stick to itself? Why does water stick to most other things? 2)What do you think the term ‘surface tension’
Water and Life Properties of Water. Polarity 1.Draw a Molecule and Label the Charges 2. How do Water Molecules interact or affect one another?
Formula: H 2 O Water is Polar: (+ / -) Only Mixes with other polar substances Solutions Capillary Action Surface Tension Energy Storage Acids/Bases Cohesion.
Chemistry of Life. ProtonsNeutronsElectrons Location (within an Atom) Charge (neutral, positive or negative) Relative Atomic Size (largest, smallest…?)
Water. Water Chemical Formula H 2 O H 2 O 2 Hydrogen Atoms 2 Hydrogen Atoms 1 Oxygen Atom 1 Oxygen Atom.
All processes necessary for life take place in a watery environment.
Structure & Properties of Water
1. Draw what you think an atom looks like, in your notebook. 2. What is an element? Are there different kinds? How many?
Properties of Water Polar molecule Hydrogen bonding Surface tension Cohesion and adhesion Universal solvent.
Properties of Water. Learning Objectives Discuss the unique properties of water. Differentiate between solutions and suspensions. Explain what acidic.
Water’s Unique Property Lab. Experiment #1: What is cohesion? -waters attraction to other water molecules.
L IQUIDS Molecules at an intermediate state between the ordered state of the solid and the disordered state of the gas.
Water Properties State the properties of water Relate the properties of water to living organisms Describe how hydrogen bonds form between water molecules.
UNITS OF MEASURE Volume. The amount of space an object occupies. The standard unit is the liter (L). One liter is equal to one cubic deciliter.
Solids and Liquids Physical Properties of Liquids.
CHEMISTRY SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 Lab 01 – Safety Inspection.
Properties of Water: Polarity The oxygen and hydrogen atoms in water share electrons unequally (a polar covalent bond). This happens because the oxygen.
Amazing Water: Water and its properties. Facts About Water ▪ Water is unique because it is the only natural substance that is found in all three physical.
Science Notebook All those details you need to know in order to do science.
Notes: The Water Cycle and Unique Properties of Water 1/13/15.
1. List 3 unique properties of water and explain each: A. Water is polar. B. Water is the universal solvent. C.Water is the only substance to exist in.
The Properties of Water. Purpose Describe the properties of water using the terms adhesion, cohesion and capillary action.
Slide show: Modified from Kim Foglia
Aqueous Information for you. covers about three fourths of the surface of the makes up from 50 to 95 percent of the weight of living organisms cytoplasm.
Bell Ringer: 1. What is a compound? 2. Is Oxygen a Taker or a Giver? Show your work. 3. Is Beryllium a Taker or a Giver? Show your work. 4. What kind of.
Properties of Water: Capillary Action, High Surface Tension, Polar, Expansion During Freezing, Adhesion and Cohesion Brady Ludvik.
Properties of Water. Water = H 2 O Oxygen and Hydrogen are bonded together by Covalent Bonds O and H share some electrons.
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