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It is a physical change: the water is absorbed into the sponge-like pasta. The elements and compounds of the flour and water are not changed, and you could even dry the pasta out again (with a probable loss of quality).
Evaporation is increased in a dry atmosphere.
Dry ice sinks in water because it's more dense than water. Dry ice isn't made of frozen water, and isn't related to 'regular' ice in any way (except that they're both cold). There's no reason to expect it to behave like regular ice does.
Dry as bone, there is no water except at the South Pole.
it's volume evryone knows that even gianna
when it's not fully dry , but a little wet.
To desiccate means to dry out. A desiccant absorbs water.
if you have a dry sponge, and squeeze all of the air out, then put it under water, it will suck the water in.
Sponge with soda or salt water. When dry use dry cleaning fluid dabbed on ( test first ).Another way is to sponge with warm water then with a mix of 1 teaspoon each of detergent and white vinegar with 1 quart of water.
because air bubbles are released
take a sponge with warm soapy water an scrub it then dry off
Firstly you'll probably choke on it, but if it happens to get down the esophagus into the stomach then it will swell and cause great pain. The stomach acids will make a damp to dry sponge expand and the person would have to have surgery to have it removed. If in doubt put a dry to damp sponge in water and watch it absorb the water.
Grass stains are very difficult to remove. # To remove them use a sponge on the fabric with water # Next you rub with rubbing alcohol with a sponge. # Sponge with cool water and rub the detergent into the stain. # Rinse and let it stand to dry. Use this link below to find out more on how to get it out if it still doesn't come out.
A towel because when you dry your hands, it gets wetter.
Constipation, which then can lead to hemorrhoids.