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Answered 2013-09-18 14:00:12

Water molecules stick together because of the electrical charges in the water create a bond.

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If you mean why does the water drop grow so large on top of a penny, the answer has to do with the surface tension of water. Water "likes" to stick together, so it pulls inward and keeps tightly attached to each molecule. This allows a large droplet to grow before it runs off.


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Why does a penny hold water?

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Would a penny in water float on the moon?

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Can a penny float on water?

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How much water can a penny hold?

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Does a us silver dollares stick to a magnet?

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Why would a penny sink in a river?

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What water will make a penny rust?

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What was the cost of candy in 1940?

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Does a real 1943 copper penny stick to a magnet?

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Can a penny float in salt water?

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