Zoology 101

Zoology 101 - Water has a greater surface tension than most...

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Zoology 101 Cells Basic unit of life (46-47) Polar Molecule The unequal distribution of electrons, the two ends of the molecules have opposite  charges Cohesion Due to hydrogen bonds holding molecules together, transport of water and dissolved  nutrients against gravity in plates Adhesion The clinging of one substance to another Helps counter the downward pull of gravity Surface Tension A measure of how difficult it is to stretch or break the surface of a liquid 
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Unformatted text preview: Water has a greater surface tension than most other liquids (51) Hydrophilic Any substance that has an affinity for water Some can have large enough molecules that they dont dissolve Colloid A stable suspension of fine particles in a liquid Cotton Hydrophobic Repel water Vegetable oil 05:25 05:25...
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