What has holes but still holds water?
A sponge is something that has allot of holes, but can still hold/soak up water.
What is still wrong 1994 suburban installed water pump thermostat flushed system completely water is flowing but not coming through all heater hoses still no heat?
There are small holes in the cell wall that let nutrients, waste, and ions pass through. Those holes are called plasmodesmata. These holes have a problem: water can also be lost. But even when the plant cell loses water, the basic shape is maintained by the cell walls. So if a plant is drooping because it needs water, it can recover when water is added. So its pretty much so it can take in water.
A water trap is a device that allows gas and air to pass but holds back water. Usually people use already made water traps, which you can buy from local hardware shops or plumbers. If you absolutely have to make one, then you need an S -shaped tube or hose you can shape as S. That is the fastest, although not necessarily best water trap. The other way is to have a jar with a…
The gravity of the Earth holds the water of the oceans to the surface of the planet. The gravitational pull of the Moon (and to a lesser but still measurable extent that of the Sun) pulls water from the Earth and the Earth from the Water! that is why there is a tidal water bulge on the same and on the opposite side of the Earth from the Moon.
a. With a hot nail, punch 4 identical small holes along a straight line on a large plastic bottle. b. Put a sticky tape on the holes to prevent water from leaking. fill the bottle with water. c. Now remove the sticky tape. Compare the trajectory of the water streams from the different holes. Why do you think water from the different holes have different trajectories? what does this indicate?
No, I dont think water can have holes in it. It is a luiquid. When you put your hand in water and take it back out it looks like there has been nothing in it. But i also suppose if you were to look at all the separate particles it would have holes. The particles are not to far apart not as close as a solid but not as far as a gas. So i…