Depending on if it's cold or hot water, the temperature of the water will change slightly overnight, and dust particles will gather and eventually sink in the water if you leave it outside the refridgerator.
the germs in the air collect in the water and effects the taste.
the water gets evaporated and might be salt is left behind
Caves that have cacium carbonate in their geology. The calcium carbonate dissolve in water, but as that water evaporates the calcium carbonate is left behind. It gradually forms a spike from the ceiling or the floor as the drips evaporate leaving behind their solutes.
water drops are water that have only little left and there about 0.3cm
Middle of the left hand side. Green space buggy in crater.
No...because on Jupter, if there is even was water there would be no liquid water left because it is to cold.
The densest stars are neutron stars; these are "dead stars", in the sense that they ran out of fuel and no longer convert energy. However, they still have a large amount of energy left over from the collapse, which they gradually emit.
when Indian fooed is eaten with fingers.as the righthandis soiled with gravy it will be messy and the glass may slip if you use your right to drink water .so the glass may be placed on left of the cover so that left hand may be used to hold glass while drinking water during the meal
Yes, it does. When the water evaporates, it can not take the salt with it, so if you left a glass of salt water out, when it is evaporated the salt will be on the glass.
It will evaporate and because of the evaporation the glass will get lighter.
The main reason is the dehydration or loss of water.
If you leave water with sugar in it outside, the water will evaporate, leaving behind the sugar
it's called condensation. The water trys to evaporate, causing the left over water to be trappedinside the glass. Eventually, it condences and becomes condensation
The water will eventually evaporate, leaving a dry, empty glass. Any Impurities or dust in the original water will remain as a slight staining on the glass. If the glass of water had stood in bright sunlight, algae may have formed, making any staining greenish in colour.
Any change of state (solid to liquid, liquid to gas, or the reverse of these) is a physical change.You still have the stuff you started with (water to steam for example).A chemical change will result in totally different compounds (sugar burning will form carbon, carbon dioxide and water for example).
Maybe it was not left in the freezer long enough.
If in a warm or hot desert, the water will evaporate. If in the Antarctic (which is also classed as a desert) the water will freeze solid.
add all the components and mix them in a glass. strain the water from strainer in other glass and the sand will be separated. boil the water until it evaporates fully. water will be separated and the salt will be left.
Pour the water from one full glass into one empty glass so that the resulting arrangement is alternating.