Why does water bubble up from ground after you water your tree?
The ground drinks the water and air underneath the surface forces its way up.
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Answer . \nYou had better get a plumber in. The sink drain and toilet drain should not be connected as waste from the toilet could bubble into the sink which couyld be extremely hazardous.
The coolest part of the water is on the top of the pot. That'swhere the water is touching the air. Then obviously the hottestpart is at the bottom where the water is closest to the heatsource. Since heat makes water evaporate into its gas form, thebubbles are from the heated gaseous water from the b…ottom, makingits way to the top, and out of the pot. If you were able to heatwater evenly, or if you could have the heat source coming fromabove, there would be no bubbles. It would just slowly evaporatefrom the top as it reaches the right temperature. ( Full Answer )
A water bearing a subsurface layer within the earth is called anaquifer and is permeable is an aquiclude. water underground water underground Where we humans get most of our drinking water. And it is during recollection does the water seep into ground and form groundwater. It is mainly in the gr…ound. Ground water includes all available water below the earth's surface in pore spaces, fractures and/or solution cavities (caves, caverns, etc). Basically, any water that is in the ground for a simpler definition. Most of our water lies below the earth's surace. About 60% of the worlds population depends upon ground water. 97% of water is salt water. 2.16 % of water comes from glaciers, .02% comes from rivers and lakes, and .61% comes from ground water. ( Full Answer )
The bubbles in tap water are usually trapped air. The water travels through underground pipes where it is relatively cold and under pressure. When it comes out of the tap and into (for example) a glass it is no longer pressurised. It quickly begins to warm and the tiny bubbles of trapped air rapidly… expand to a size where they can readily be seen. ( Full Answer )
The water bubbles up because of cohesion. Cohesion: the force of attraction that holds together a substance's molecules; cohesion is strongest in solids, weaker in liquids, and weakest in gases. The water doesn't spread out evenly all over the penny because the H2O molecules are so strongly attract…ed to each other (opposites attract, so yeah, hydrogen is pos. and oxygen is neg, so one H2O molecule is attracted to another one, either through the hydrogen molecules or the oxygen molecules) that it forms a bead because they're all grouping up together. ( Full Answer )
A water blister can be pierced with a sterilized needle, to drain the fluid, and then covered with an antibiotic ointment and a bandage.
When you add the salt it increases the boiling point of the water, so bubbling stops until this new solution reaches its boiling point. Adding salt, sugar, or any solute to water raises the boiling point and lowers the freezing point of water.
Cohesion is the reason why water bubbles on a penny. The watermolecules are strong attracted to each other that they don't evenlyspread out.
The very first bubbles may be dissoved air, but after that, the bubbles are steam,
because whenever liquid gets to a certain temperature, it boils, and boiling means to bubble very hotly.
when water gets to 100 degrees c it begins to evaporate therefore letting off bubbles of oxygen. Hope this answers your question!
When you split water you form hydrogen and oxygen gas. The gases are the bubbles.
Yes they do. They must still circulate water and nutience through them to keep them alive.
The water table is the term for how deep underground you have to dig to find ground water.
Macbeth (in Macbeth) uses this phrase to explain the sudden disappearence of the witches, like they popped like bubbles. It's a famous phrase, an idiom already.
We can dig out the ground water by digging wells and bore -wells. We can use it and drink it without boiling itself though it is the pure rain water.
Water is carried up a tree through the xylem tissue in the process of Transpiration. Since there is constant evaporation coming from the leaves, it creates a continuous flow of water from the roots to the chutes. The roots are what absorb the vast majority of water a tree needs. Both cohesion and ad…hesion allow water to move up a tree - no matter how tall the tree is. Cohesion helps the individual water molecules stick together in one continuous stream. Adhesion allows the water molecules to adhere to the cellulose molecules found in the walls of xylem cells. Once the water makes it to the leaf, it evaporates, allowing more water molecules to be drawn up through the tree again in this ongoing cycle. ( Full Answer )
well because the water is in the ground and the ground has dirt and stuff which could lend to some posion or illness.
Groundwater starts as precipitation, so it's fresh and potable before it hits the ground. Once it's been underground you don't necessarily know what harmful organic materials (bacteria and spores) it may have collected, or what chemical pollution it may have taken in. It may also have dissolved mine…rals from the rock around it, but these are not likely to be a problem. Answer: Ground water can be either fresh or saline (has salt in it) depending on the aquifer it originates from. Groundwater can also be either potable or non-potable depending on whether it is fit to drink or nor. Non-potable groundwater can contain natural materials such as salt, sulfides, sulfates, and heavy metals. Non-potable water can also classed as undrinkable because of human sourced pollutants such as oils, chemicals and microbes. Taste and odur problems may also exist in groundwater which may make it undrinkable. ( Full Answer )
Because the heat from the hot water is transferred through the wall of the bottle to the inside, where it heats the air, causing it to expand and come out the top of the bottle.
A water bubble consists of oxygen. Bubbles occur because ofescaping air from liquids when heated. There is plenty of oxygen inwater and that is why the bubbles are mostly oxygen.
There are several types of water and giving the right name makes a difference. Surface water is the water above ground. Ground water is the water below ground. Both types can be further separated into Fresh water and salt water. All of these can be further separated into liquid water and f…rozen water. Technically, groundwater is liquid water in aquifers, soil moisture, permafrost (frozen soil), water in bedrock, and geothermal water. . ( Full Answer )
There are several ways bubbles are formed. Splashing, running water, fish, and vents are a few examples of how they are formed. When air is forced below the surface of water, it forms a bubble that travels toward the surface of the water. Bubbles exist because air is lighter than water and the air w…ill separate its self from the water to go back to the top. ( Full Answer )
The bubbles you see in water are air bubbles. they rise to the top then pop when they reach the surface.
They share the same drain system. Be thankful that flush water etc from the toilet does not bubble in the bath or shower. But it is a badly designed system, it shouldn't happen.
As the water absorbs heat, at the temperature of 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit, the liquid water boils and becomes a gas. The gaseous water, called "steam", expands and becomes far less dense. The steam bubbles rise to the surface.
because when the water is poured or is running it is constantly moving and collects air which then basically gets pushed into the water well that's just a vague answer sorry i hope it made you get a basic answer Water ordinarily has gasses from the air dissolved in it. If you leave the water sta…nding, these gasses will to some extent come out of solution, the bubble nucleating wither around flaws in the glass, or around dust suspended in the water, or around radiation trails from cosmic radiation. ( Full Answer )
Why does the ground bubble when I water my yard plants? Makes me wonder what is underneath in my back yard. Hmmm.....
Bubbles cannot just be made with plain water; you need to add soap or something else like that. Shampoo, bubble bath, soap etc...
They enter the hairs of roots which are at the tips or roots and they soak in water and nutrients. The water molecules move up the tree through the xylem. The xylem are tubes made up of dead cells that have holes at either ends that are joined together to make hollow tubes that water can flow throug…h. Due to cohesion, each water molecule that enters the plant tugs on the one behind it. The long chain of water molecules are continually pulled through the xylem from the roots to the leaves. When water molecules get to the leaves they use water to dissolve minerals. The excess water goes back in the air through pores in the leaf which is called transpiration. ( Full Answer )
It's basically a question of balance. . Let's say you put a sponge soaked in freshwater into seawater. . The sponge represents land, and the water in it is the groundwater. . At the beginning, the water presssure inside the sponge ispretty much the same as the pressure outside the sponge, so ther…eisn't really anything pushing the sea water in, because the freshwater is pushing back equally hard. . Now you put a straw into the sponge(drill a well), and startsucking the fresh water out. . Suddenly, there's less freshwater pushing the sea water back,and it will begin to seep in. ( Full Answer )
Mostly there is water in the ground when there's a nearby river ora creek etc. The water is mostly deep inside the earth and mudbecause the rainwater soaks into it.
Yes the water table is the level of water under ground .... it is currently very deep under water.
the water is evaporating which pulls the water into a gas and the air bubbles take up at that space, come to the top, and dissappear so if its out long enough the bubbles might go away
When water is heated, energy is being added to it, this causes it to change form a liquid to a gas
There is decreasing pressure. Gas tends to go to places of less pressure, and since it expands from decreasing pressure, the gas bubble becomes larger as the pressure drops.
When you turn off the sand filter for your in ground swimming pool the skimmer seems to be released from a vacuum causing the basket to pop and water to bubble up?
There is air in the system and it is "burping". I usec to have the problem and I hard lined it from the pump to the filter. Also use teflon tape on any threaded connections. Make them tight but dont break the plastic. Also make sure your hose clamps are tight on the skimmer and return.
ANSWER: . Because of the soapiness of the detergent the water and detergent form a less soapy but still soapy mixture of Water & the detergent, in a liquid form.
Each water molecule pulls on the lower water molecule by being hydrogen bonded, one to another molecule. So, this works somewhat as a chain, along with the other forces in play here, to move water molecules up the trunk and into the leaves of the tree.
If you're heating it strongly enough to boil, then because it's boiling. If not, the bubbles are probably dissolved air coming out of solution. The solubility of gases in liquids goes down as the liquids are heated.
A number of things can happen, depending on the local geology. Sink holes can form where water has receded. The ground level itself may lower over time. The biggest problem that occurs when ground water, and especially aquifer levels fall is that people have less access to fresh water.
When rain falls to the ground, the water does not stop moving. It seeps into the ground. . Water seeps into the ground, such as glass of water poured onto a pile of sand.
Groundwater is water that is benieth the earth's surface in soilpore spaces and in the fracture of rock formations.
The skin by its refractive index with respect to its other media isa Fresnel interface; at the interface white is scattered.
Another contributor said: Osmosis is a powerful force carrying water and nutrients up a treeor plant stem. Osmosis, draws or pushes, fluids from one area,containing a solution of low concentration, into another area,through a membrane, and into a solution, that has less water bypercentage, or a hig…her concentration, of dissolved substances. Evaporation is the basis, or driving force allowing the osmosis tooccur. By the leaves allowing water to evaporate, they also cause alack of water in the solution, in the leaves. The solution becomesmore concentrated in the leaves. This causes water to move upwardsand into the leaves. Capillarity is a very important effect as well. Most have noticedthat when they put a soda straw into a beverage, that inside thestraw the liquid level is slightly higher. Then the rest of theliquid in the cup. That effect if you have ever witnessed it, iscapillarity. The smaller the straw, tube or channel, the greater the effect ofcapillarity. Without this effect, fluids would run down the stemand never reach the top of the plant. ( Full Answer )
The cohesion, the water wants to stay together which causes a force that pushes the water up the tree
The adhesion property of water and diffusion allows water to travelupwards, but xylems are the "pipes" that carry that water up andthroughout the plant.
When water is heated to or above the boiling point, it turns from aliquid into a colorless gas. The bubbles you see are bubbles ofwater gas, more commonly called water vapor, escaping to thesurface of the boiling water.
Capillary action... In the same way that water is drawn up a narrowglass tube in the laboratory - so the sap gets drawn up the treetrunk by the same action.
The water displaces air, which moves to the top. It comes upthrough the water layer, creating bubbles.