What is in well water that turns sink green?
It's the copper in old plumbing. The acidity of the water or just age can cause corrosion, releasing copper into the water. You can replace with PVC, or get a filtration system, or just drink bottled water, if you're concerned about it.
Who do you look for in between the water temple and the bottom of the well in the legend of Zelda ocarina of time?
Well, a dead body may sink in water then float, because the bodily gases will later bring the body back up to the surface after a little bit of decomposition. Other than dead bodies, no solid object will sink then float in water. Submarines might also fit the bill, if your not sticky about the methods.
Raisins sink in water because they are denser. However, the carbon dioxide molecules found in soda float to the top because they want to escape from the liquid. These CO2 molecules (seen as bubles) attatch to the raisins pulling them up to the surface as well. When the CO2 bubles reach the surface, they pop and the raisins begin to sink again.
100 ml measuring cylinder .1 teaspoon .clear drinking cup . popsicle stick . salt .cooking oil well when you add salt to oil and water and than stirr it for 30 seconds but the all dont match ,and it turns white because alll whats mixxed together turns a differnt colour and when it is finshed being stirred as you can see that the oil will float to the top and salt will sink to the…
If your pool water turns green after it is shocked with chlorine, it is too basic. Algae can thrive there now and it is green. Add pool acid (it may require several gallons) and check the pH of the water frequently, adding more, if needed. If it gets too acidic, you can add some baking soda (which is basic) until you reach the desired pH - slightly below neutral. Neutral is pH7.0 answer : if…