Bio124S_07Present2-1

Bio124S_07Present2-1 - Characteristics of Water • H-bonding in liquid water is dynamic the bonds continue to dissociate and reform • Hydrogen

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Characteristics of Water H-bonding in liquid water is dynamic - the bonds continue to dissociate and reform.
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Hydrogen Bonds Among Water Molecules
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Characteristics of Water H-bonding in liquid water is dynamic - the bonds continue to dissociate and reform. Phases of water due to differences in Hydrogen Bonding - steam, liquid, ice.
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Ice, Water, and Steam
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Density of Water Water Benzene
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Characteristics of Water H-bonding in liquid water is dynamic - the bonds continue to dissociate and reform. Phases of water due to differences in Hydrogen Bonding - steam, liquid, ice. Energy is required for transition from one phase to another. Cohesiveness due to H-bonding -
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Cohesiveness H-bonding lends cohesive strength (surface tension, rigidity) to ice
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Sodium Chloride
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Water as Solvent Interrupts polar interactio ns. The salt is the Solute.
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Solvent Substances that are ionic or are able to undergo H- bonding can interact with the water in their environment, and are Hydrophilic Hydrophilic . Substances
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIO 124 taught by Professor Idk during the Fall '05 term at Bradley.

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Bio124S_07Present2-1 - Characteristics of Water • H-bonding in liquid water is dynamic the bonds continue to dissociate and reform • Hydrogen

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