Does water from different sources have the same acidity?
No. While ideally water should be pH 7 (neutral), the source may make the water acidic or alkaline. One lake in Virginia Beach Virginia has water that was prized for use aboard early sailing ships. It has high levels of tannic acid from the cypress trees in the lake- and it stayed fresh longer aboard the ships. (Looks like iced tea because of the tannin in it!).
In principle, all water is the same. The quality that differentiates multiple forms of water, i.e. "hard water" or "soft water" is the type or volume of minerals or contaminants diffused in the solution. All water is the same on a molecular basis, but most water contains amounts of other minerals or chemicals. An example would be chlorine, which is added to many water sources to kill bacteria.
The water should stay the same colour if you are using litmus paper, but if you are using a liquid the colour should change. The colour purely depends on the acidity/alkalinity of the water you are putting it in. Yellows are alkaline, Greens are neutral and Blues are acidic (it may be the other way around.. yellow being acid, blue being alki.) The measure of acidity is pH.
Effect of Light on Plant Transpiration Experiment by Bradley, Grade 6 Entered in the 2001/2002 Science Fair Problem Do plants transpire at the same rate under different sources of light? Hypothesis Plants transpire at the same rate under different sources of light. Procedure Pull the plastic bottoms from soda bottles and fill the bottoms with potting soil. Cut the upper portions from the soda bottles and put them aside. Plant three plants of four different…
Light is emitted due to the de-excitaton of electrons from higher orbits of the various atoms of the light source.The de-excitation can also be to different levels in different atoms resulting in emission of different wavelengths.A light source will have numerous atoms in it.When you take two light sources it is not possible for all the atoms to get de-excited to the same shell at the same time(causing phase difference) that is why two independent…
Answer : YES Renewable power sources and non-renewable power souces are both used to generate electricity, which is then transfered through the 'power grid' (power lines) to different houses. Electricity generated from renewable sources is not different in any way to electricity generated by non-renewable sources. Therefore, they can both be used at the same t5ime
Bees need water to cool their home. They also add it to the honey.Bees go to the closest water. If your fountain is the closest water source, then the bees need more water sources. Put in a few more water sources and encourage the neighbors to do the same. It's nature and we people are in their backyard. If you don't want bees in your fountain drain the water and put a plant in it.
The answer is: No. Density is a property of a substance, and doesn't depend on the size of the sample. Samples of different sizes all have the same density, as long as they're all samples of the same substance, their compositions are all the same, and the conditions are the same in every case. (Samples of ice and water have different density, because the conditions are different.)
The pH can affect the fish population in different ways depending on how tolerant the fish are to acidity in water. The pH scale is used to measure the degree to which your aquarium's water is acidic, alkaline, or neutral. The scale ranges from 0 to 14 with 0 being the most acidic, 7 being neutral, and 14 being the most basic. Most fish thrive in a pH of 6.4-7.8. However, there are exceptions. Fish…