yes it is, simply because of the molecules that are regarding it.
NO. Water has a density greater than gasoline, but gasoline, octane anyway, has a greater molecular mass than water molecules.
Liquid water molecules exhibit a greater amount of motion than ice molecules.
Usually not very.
Water molecules move from their fixed positions
cohesive force of water molecules for each other is stronger. If this wasn't true, water would flow out of a glass and distribute itself evenly over all the surfaces of the glass.
False. In fact, the molecules rise.
is it true electrons larger then molecules
hydrogen bond bonds water molecules with other water molecules.
No, that is not true. They are molecules that have both hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts.
No. A water molecule only consists of three atoms bonded together.
By definition 3 moles of water molecules. Or about 3 * 6.022140E23 water molecules = 1.806642E24 water molecules
Water has molecules in it
Liquid water molecules are transformed in gaseous water molecules.
Glucose molecules are larger than water molecules.
Correct, yes, water molecules can bond to other water molecules by hydrogen bonding.
That's false, it will contain other elements, other molecules and EPA puts a limit on the level of the individual elements in the water.
Water soluble molecules.
water molecules are polar, with the what?
Adhesion is the ability of water molecules to stick to other molecules. Cohesion is the ability of water molecules sticking to one another.
No. Covalent bonds exist within a water molecule. Hydrogen bonds exist between water molecules.
what happens to water molecules as they evaporate
False. the bonds are hydrogen bonds.
No; water is made up of water molecules. Water molecules contain two hydrogen molecules and one oxygen molecule.
Water vapour's molecules move more freely than water molecules.