EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 4 - Matter and Energy - Properties of Water - Fall 2010

EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 4 - Matter and Energy - Properties of Water - Fall 2010

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EVPP 110 Lecture Learning Guide #4 Fall 2010 Matter & Energy: Properties of Water What are the main reasons water is considered so important to life? What is the chemical structure of water?   Why is water a stable molecule? Why is water considered a polar molecule? Which atom in the water molecule is the most electronegative? What are the unusual properties of water that contribute to the special roles it plays in life? Why do water molecules form hydrogen bonds with other water molecules? What is cohesion? What is adhesion? What is surface tension? What are some examples of how cohesion, adhesion, surface tension help with processes in living systems? What is heat? What is temperature? Why does water have a great ability to resist temperature change? What role does water's hydrogen bonds play in its ability to resist temperature change?
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2011 for the course EVPP 110 taught by Professor All during the Winter '08 term at George Mason.

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EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 4 - Matter and Energy - Properties of Water - Fall 2010

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