The most common reason is that the solids are absorbing water in sufficient volume to cause a notable change in volume, without dissolving or losing their appearance as solids.
No. Some solids can be dissolved in water, some can't.
Yes, it gets bigger and some of the color goes into the water.
Water is a solvent, because some solids will dissolve in it.
Yes some solids such as salt and potassium nitrate etc. dissolve very easily in water. Other solids such as polythene and polypropylene polymers do not dissolve in water at all.
yes it is bigger because more water falls down and less gets evaporated so stalactites are formed of less size and stalagmites are bigger, some stalactites are bigger.
The answer is solution.
A river gets bigger as the water flows along because some extra water from time to time comes in from the sides.
The water would then be called a solvent
Simplest experiment is to take this water solution having undissolved solids in a hundred ml graduated cylinder upto its mark(100ml). Allow to stand for about half an hour, then note the level of undissolved solids at the bottom of the cylinder. Read that level as percent of solids in the water by weight. To determine percentage of solids by weight: Find the weight of water+undissolved solids Filter water solution through a filter paper. Find the weight of filtered water. Find the weight of dried solids. Percentage of undissolved solids = wt of undissolved solids divided by total weight of water and solids multiplied by 100
Different things happen when solids are added to water some dissolve , some float , some sink , some fizz or bubble , some change colour. etc...
The pelvis gets wider after pregnancy so in a way yes, it does get bigger. Some also experience it gets flatter.
Water would be the solvent and the solid would be the solute.
No,there are some solids which can be dissolved in water like salt, sugar and many more. Soilds that cannot be dissolved in water are due to the particles which do not imparts after dissolving in water.They are called insoluble solids.
This phenomenon is called dissolution.
with some you can ex) water can turn into ice
Yes. Different solids have different solubilities in water. Some are very soluble and others are insoluble, and others are in between.
Blue whales actually eat the small plankton floating around the water and some whales like the killer whale eats giants squids. Anyway the bigger the whale is the smaller prey it preys on while the smaller the whale is the bigger the food gets.
Water is not totally transparent. Some light gets absorbed when it passes through water. The longer the distance, the more light gets absorbed.Water is not totally transparent. Some light gets absorbed when it passes through water. The longer the distance, the more light gets absorbed.Water is not totally transparent. Some light gets absorbed when it passes through water. The longer the distance, the more light gets absorbed.Water is not totally transparent. Some light gets absorbed when it passes through water. The longer the distance, the more light gets absorbed.
ice sugar salt and any other materials soluble in water. . .
It's the flow of water that carries solids, whenever the flow slows then some of the solids will fall to the bottom of the stream.
it slithers in the water and gets some
Yes it is and it gets bigger doing it. That is the reason some wooden stuff doesnt fit but did the other day, ike doors not closing properly.
Bladder water tanks are used under houses and mobile homes and act as a water tank but is like a giant balloon instead of a solid tank. As it fills with water the tank gets bigger.
Water is called a solvent, because of the many things that dissolve in it.
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