5 The Water Molecule 1

5 The Water Molecule 1 - 24 o C Hydrogen Selenide(H 2 Se-64...

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Water, Life, Civilization: Why Water?
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Water: H 2 O
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Water: H 2 O
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H H H H O S Water Hydrogen Sulfide Water and Similar Compounds H 2 S H 2 O
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Hydrogen Sulfide: H 2 S Water: H 2 O
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Boiling Point and Freezing Point F.P B.P liquid range Water (H 2 O) 0 o C 100 o C 100 o C Hydrogen Sulfide (H 2 S) -84 o C -60 o C
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Unformatted text preview: 24 o C Hydrogen Selenide (H 2 Se)-64 o C -42 o C 22 o C Hydrogen Telluride (H 2 Te) -49 o C 2 o C 47 o C Water is the only substance that exists as a gas, solid, and liquid at ambient earth temperatures Solid Gas...
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