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D < 0.08 cm

D < 0.08 cm

Shape of a rain drop. D > 0.25 cm. 0.08 cm < D < 0.25 cm. D < 0.08 cm. Shape of a rain drop. The shape of water drop remains sphere due to high water tension. D < 0.08 cm. Shape of a rain drop. D < 0.08 cm. Shape of a rain drop. D < 0.08 cm. Shape of a rain drop. D < 0.08 cm.

By MikeCarlo
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WATER

WATER

WATER. WATER'S IMPORTANCE. Solvent Most molecules dissolved in water Reactant Water's involvement in hydrolysis reactions Product Water's involvement in condensation reactions Heat transfer medium E.g. boiling, steaming, cooling. WATER'S IMPORTANCE. Texture Juiciness, mouthfeel

By RexAlvis
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Structure and Properties of Water

Structure and Properties of Water

Structure and Properties of Water. Molecular Structure Physical Characteristics Implications for Life on Earth www.sbu.ac.uk/water/anmlies.html. Why do we care?. Molecular structure and physical characteristics determine important properties

By victoria
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L 15 Fluids [4]

L 15 Fluids [4]

L 15 Fluids [4]. >Fluid flow and Bernoulli’s principle >Airplanes and curveballs >viscosity (real fluids). A 1. A 2. v 2. v 1. Basic principles of fluid motion. Continuity equation: v  A = constant

By ostinmannual
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The Extraordinary Properties of Water

The Extraordinary Properties of Water

The Extraordinary Properties of Water. H. H. Water. A water molecule (H 2 O), is made up of three atoms --- one oxygen and two hydrogen . O. Water is Polar. In each water molecule, the oxygen atom attracts more than its "fair share" of electrons The oxygen end “acts” negative

By arleen
(586 views)

Chapter 15 Review “Water and Aqueous Systems”

Chapter 15 Review “Water and Aqueous Systems”

Chapter 15 Review “Water and Aqueous Systems”. Pre-AP Chemistry Charles Page High School Stephen L. Cotton. Chapter 15 Review. Surface tension is the ____. How does the surface tension of water compare with the surface tensions of most other liquids?

By daniel_millan
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Chapter 17 “Water and Aqueous Systems”

Chapter 17 “Water and Aqueous Systems”

Chapter 17 “Water and Aqueous Systems”. Section 17.1 Liquid Water and it’s Properties. OBJECTIVES: Describe the hydrogen bonding that occurs in water. Section 17.1 Liquid Water and it’s Properties. OBJECTIVES:

By daniel_millan
(538 views)

Zumdahl’s Chapter 10 and Crystal Symmetries

Zumdahl’s Chapter 10 and Crystal Symmetries

Zumdahl’s Chapter 10 and Crystal Symmetries. Liquids Solids. Intermolecular Forces The Liquid State Types of Solids X-Ray analysis Metal Bonding Network Atomic Solids Semiconductors. Molecular Solids Ionic Solids Change of State Vapor Pressure Heat of Vaporization Phase Diagrams

By Ava
(410 views)

Fluid Mechanics INTRODUCTION BY 130670106010

Fluid Mechanics INTRODUCTION BY 130670106010

Fluid Mechanics INTRODUCTION BY 130670106010. Today’s subject:. Course policies & overview Background and introduction. Background and introduction. Physical Characteristics of Fluids Distinction between Solids, Liquids, and gases Flow Classification Significance of Fluid Mechanics

By tory
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Intermolecular Forces, Liquids and Solids

Intermolecular Forces, Liquids and Solids

Intermolecular Forces, Liquids and Solids. CHAPTER 11 CHEM 160. A Molecular Comparison of Liquids and Solids. Physical properties of substances understood in terms of kinetic molecular theory: Gases are highly compressible, assumes shape and volume of container:

By hiroko
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PHYSICAL STATE OF INGREDIENTS IN FOOD SYSTEMS

PHYSICAL STATE OF INGREDIENTS IN FOOD SYSTEMS

PHYSICAL STATE OF INGREDIENTS IN FOOD SYSTEMS. Food Dispersions 1. True solution 2. Colloidal dispersion 3. Emulsion 4. Foam 5. Gel Dispersions 1. Continuous phase 2. Dispersed phase May be solid, liquid, or gas. True Solution The dispersion of particle < 1 nm in liquid.

By Antony
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3-D water model for investigating/assessing fundamental and powerful concepts in the sciences

3-D water model for investigating/assessing fundamental and powerful concepts in the sciences

3-D water model for investigating/assessing fundamental and powerful concepts in the sciences . Nora Egan Demers Joanna Salapska-Gelleri. November 2-4, 2010. Fundamental and powerful concepts. Basic concepts that lie at the heart of a discipline ( Nosich , 2005).

By americus
(297 views)

FACSCalibur Training General Information

FACSCalibur Training General Information

FACSCalibur Training General Information. The FACSCalibur is a useful analysis tool. The instrument has 2 lasers- 488 (primary) and 633 (secondary) that can detect FSC, SSC, FL-1 (FITC) FL-2 (PE) FL-3 (CYC, Tri-Color) and FL-4 (APC).

By lizbeth
(486 views)

Liquids

Liquids

Liquids. Molecules at interfaces behave differently than those in the interior. Molecules at surface experience a net INWARD force of attraction. This leads to SURFACE TENSION — the energy req’d to break through the surface. Surface Tension.

By evelien
(221 views)

Lecture #7

Lecture #7

z. y. x. Lecture #7. Recap lecture #6 - Developed equation to describe pressure in the atmosphere. - Applied hydrostatics principles to problems. Problem Set # 2, due on Friday, September 10th: 2.10, 2.20, 2.24, 2.28, 2.36. Focus of today’s lecture

By olwen
(214 views)

Chapter 3: Flow of Water in the Vadose Zone

Chapter 3: Flow of Water in the Vadose Zone

Chapter 3: Flow of Water in the Vadose Zone. The classic solutions for infiltration and evaporation by Green and Ampt, Bruce and Klute, and Gardner. Williams, 2002 http://www.its.uidaho.edu/AgE558

By malise
(289 views)

Nano-Impact

Nano-Impact

Nano-Impact. Jonathan P. Rothstein and Mark Tuominen. Challenges facing society Water Energy Health Sustainable development Environment Knowledge Economy. These are challenges that require interdisciplinary collaborations to solve!. Global Grand Challenges.

By loki
(160 views)

INTERMOLECULAR FORCES

INTERMOLECULAR FORCES

INTERMOLECULAR FORCES. Introduction: The physical properties of melting point, boiling point, vapor pressure, evaporation, viscosity, surface tension, and solubility are related to the strength of attractive forces between molecules.

By rayya
(989 views)

At the end of this unit you should:

At the end of this unit you should:

At the end of this unit you should: 1. Be able to explain why water is such a useful solvent and coolant. 2. Be able to explain what a polar molecule is. 3. Be able to describe the difference between a polar and non-polar solvent by investigation.

By fai
(142 views)

Surface energy study

Surface energy study

Surface energy study. γ S : surface free energy of solid γ L : surface free energy of liquid γ SL : interfacial free energy between solid and liquid θ: solid/liquid contact angle Young ‘s equation γ SL = γ S - γ L cosθ (1)

By andren
(1228 views)

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