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exchangingthings: ~get it, cause lipids are HYDROPHOBIC?! HAHAHAHA
High School Chemistry
Middle School Science
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I am glad i am not the only geek who thought about this all of last year in Biology...... XD xD xD
states of matter joke
Hipster ice was water before it was cool
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9-15-2014 Political cartoon of the day - Even a cartoon water molecule wants you to Conserve Water
A little science humor, get it? It's funny because polar compounds are most apt to be soluble in polar solvents like water.
Water Science Experiments
Experiments For Kids Easy
Walking water science experiment. Using primary colours will be a good opportunity to talk about colour mixing and secondary colours.
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Science Projects For Kids
Activities: Celebrate Capillary Action with Celery
Funny Science Jokes
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Mickey Mouse Head
Life Is Good
I Am Awesome
Water molecule Mickey
Chemistry Class 12
Mad Science Party
One last view of a water molecule. FACT: Water has the highest cohesion of any non-metallic liquid. One of the reasons for this is the polarity created due to one side having a POSITIVE CHARGE (near H atoms) & a NEGATIVE CHARGE (O side).
How Hydrogen Bonds Work: Hydrogen bonding can occur within a molecule or between hydrogen and atoms of other molecules, such as between hydrogen and oxygen atoms of different water molecules.
Science with Mrs. Lau
Hydrogen bonding between water molecules. H bonding is responsible for many of the important properties of water such as high cohesion, surface tension, boiling point and its role as a universal solvent.
High School Biology
The Water Molecule. Part 1
Science For Kids
Learn with makes water molecules work with this fun and easy science activity!
Secondary School Science
8th Grade Science
Comparison between cohesion and adhesion involving water molecules
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