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Water Resources Should Be Nationalized

WATER RESOURCES SHOULD BE NATIONALISED India is one country united by various states to have peace within,we should live together by sharing our wants with each other. Surplus should be shared. Every state has dispute in sharing water resources with its neighbouring state. Then and thereproblem arising between peoples of two states.they are not allowing neighbouring state vehicles to enter into their state. We have enough water from nature but we tend to overuse or misuse it. ...

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The Importance of Water in Living Organisms

Water has importance inside cells and externally. This may be because it has interesting chemical and physical properties; it can be found naturally in all three of its states. However its molecules are bonded together by hydrogen bonds, this raises its melting and boiling points, i.e. its boiling point would be -120¢ªC rather than 100¢ªC. Also because it contains slightly negatively charged oxygen atoms and slightly positively charged hydrogen atoms making it polar. <br> <br>Water has been called...

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Water Lab Conclusion

properties of water were tested and proved. These trials and experiments were able to verify the adhesion, cohesion, polarity, temperature stabilization, solvency, and density changes exhibited by water.    During the glass and wax paper lab, we observed the adhesive properties of water. When a droplet of water touched the glass, it dispersed immediately. The droplet placed on the wax paper remained intact and in droplet form. Also, when the glass and wax sheets were flipped, the water remained on...

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Cambodia Water Pollution

is a small country in the Indo-China peninsula. Cambodia can be called as an under-developed country, the country also faces the environmental problems as with the rest of the World. The basic problem of the countries lies in the water pollution. Emissions of organic water pollutants are being shared by factory, refer to emissions from manufacturing activities (chemical industry, clay and glass industry, food industry, metal industry and other). As per the above discussion it is clear that Cambodia...

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Water and Vinegar Egg

ROLL 9 ISLOM JALOLOV 12/21/2011 LAB REPORT ROLL 9 ISLOM JALOLOV EGG LAB REPORT PURPOSE: WHICH IS MORE PERMEABLE SALT WATER, VINEGAR, OR CORN SYRUP APPARATUS: STRING, RULER, E-BALANCE, 250 ML BEAKERS, PEN MATERIALS: EGG, WATER, SALTY WATER, CORN SYRUP, VINEGAR INTRODUCTION: I AM DOING A LAB REPORT ABOUT EGGS, I’M USING SALTY WATER, VINEGAR, CORN SYRUP, AND I AM GOING TO TRY TO FIGURE OUT WHICH IS MORE PERMEABLE THAN ALL. REALISTIC STATEMENT: YES MY RESULTS ARE REALISTIC PROCEDURE: ...

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Chemistry- Purifying Water

human are completely dependent upon. Population growth, water-intensive agriculture and economic development are using water faster than it can be replenished. Our Earth is a place where beauty exists, a place where 6.6 billion people and 15 million other species live, a place filled with 1.4 cubic kilometers of water. Although 70% of the planet’s surface is blanketed with deep oceans water, freshwater only form less than 3% of the total water and the rest are saltwater. Besides that, only 30% of the...

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The Biological Importance of Water

Importance of Water for Living Organisms Water is made up of two elements, 2 positively charged hydrogen molecules and one negatively charged oxygen molecule. Water molecules have uneven charge distribution as one end of the molecule is slightly positive and the other slightly negative, this is called polar. Ionic substances such as sodium chloride dissolve easily in water because the positively and negatively charged ions are separated due to the dipole nature of water. As water is dipolar,...

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Goldfish and Water Temperature

Goldfish and Water Temperature Goldfish and Water Temperature The subject of my observation is a goldfish that is kept in a 2 gallon fishbowl positioned on a window side table. I have noticed that the goldfish is more active in the earlier morning and later evening than during the afternoon hours. Because the table is near a window that faces northeast, the fishbowl receives direct sunlight during the time between eleven o’clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m. The goldfish activity decreases around...

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The biochemical importance of water

BIOCHEMICAL IMPORTANCE OF WATER Of all the simple chemicals that are found in abundance on Earth, only water is liquid under normal pressure and temperature. When life first appeared on planet Earth, water has played an important role in creating the first organic compounds. The organic compounds later, formed the first prokaryotic organisms. Life began, as the modern theories support, in water and developed for three billion years in it before spreading on land. It is no coincidence that the...

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Electronegativity: Why Does The Water Drop Of Water

Have you ever dropped oil on your hands and tried to wash it off? What happens? Does the water slide off? Or what about when a drop of oil falls in a glass of water? Why does it float to the surface, and not mix? The answer to this is simple: polarity. What exactly is polarity? A polar bond is when there is a difference in electronegativity, which means the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons. When two atoms are bonded together and one attracts more electrons, this results...

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