the difference between a snowflake and a water droplet is that a water droplet is a snowflake before and after it is actualy formed!!
a raindrop comes from a cumulonimbus cloud. there is no such thing as a cloud droplet.
The force of gravity from the growing mass of the droplet will overcome the force of tension between the droplet and the surface the water tension is "holding" it to. Once gravity is larger than tension, the droplet falls to the ground.
The possessive form of the singular noun droplet is droplet's.
There are no perfect rhymes for the word droplet.
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Droplet Precautions prevent the spread of organisms that travel on particles much larger than the droplet nuclei.
Droplet has two syllables: drop-let.
The tiny fraction of an ounce that constitutes the volume of a droplet would depend on the size of the droplet. The size of the droplet would depend on the viscosity of the fluid, which is subject to change with increase or decrease in temperature.
Sometimes it may pop/spatter slightly when a droplet of water comes into contact with the oil; the instant evaporation causes the popping sound.
The bucket of water spilled a droplet of water on the floor.
The small blood droplet would have a greater terminal velocity. The smaller droplet has a smaller surface area, thus suffers less air resistance.
A droplet is a little drop of rain or any one liquid in a small form
No.A droplet of water and an olympic swimming pool full of water have the same density.Water is water. Density is a property of the substance, not a property of any sample with any certain size or shape.
Droplet transmission is a form of contact transmission basically it is the consequence of being coughed on, sneezed on, spit on .
A Droplet Infection is acquired through the respiratory tract. Sneezing, Coughing or inhaling droplets from the air. Always wear a mask when in direct contact with someone suffering from droplet infection
direct chance of precipitation increases and water droplet increases
No, STDs are not spread by droplet transmission. They are spread by exchange of body fluids, or by skin-to-skin contact.
Try stretching out a droplet of water (312 miles wide) and then you tell me.
Because the surface tension of the water droplet and the surface where the water droplet is on is very high.