Is water wet or dry?
Water is a liquid. It is wet. == Yes It Is.... Or Is It?? water is not wet...it only spreads wetness we describe water as wet...even though it is not the same thing When you say, " my water is wet", are you describing your hand or the water on your hand... ...
Asked in Science
Is water actually wet?
The term "wet" is having water, and since water is already water, and since it cannot have itself, water is technically not wet. All objects other than water are 'wet' because 'wet' pertains to an object that isn't entirely made up of water to have water. Since water is entirely made up of water, it isn't considered 'wet'. Technically, yes, unless you only consider something covered in water to be wet. ...
Asked in Snow and Ice
How is water ice and a stream alike?
water is ice when you freeze it and ice is water when you unfreeze it and steam is water when it cools down and when you touch It you can fill it is water because it is wet and water is wet and ice is wet and sream is wet to thanks you for looking at this butterfly 16 ...
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Snow and Ice
Why does a glass of ice water leave a ring of water on a desk?
Because if you ever lift up a cup of ice water its wet right? So if a cup of ice water on a desk leaves a ring of water on a desk its because its round and wet making the wetness on the top go down to leave a ring of water. cs ...
Asked in Science, Definitions
Are you wet when you are under water or are you wet when you come to the top?
Wet is the condition of being liquid or being covered in liquid. Either you are in water, out of water but splashed by water, thrown into the pool of gasoline, running sweat from T-rex... you are wet. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Biology
Is a molecule of water 'wet' like a puddle is wet?
No. the puddle itself is not wet. A puddle of water is considered wet because when you put something in it (your shoe, your newspaper, your mcmuffin) it comes out wet. a molecule of water is too small to moisten anything large enough so that we can have a wet/dry comparison. ...
What is the difference between dry and wet contact?
water is a gass and water is a liquid water is wet and air is dry