An under water earthquake precedes a tsunami. Earthquake causes seismic waves which set up the water in motion with a large force. This causes a tsunami.
it has to do with intermolecular forces, namely hydrogen "bonds". This attraction causes the particles to move less and thus require more energy to change phases
The movement of material by wind, water, ice, and gravity causes erosion, although mankind is increasingly assisting in that movement. rain, water, wind, ice, run-off of anything, slides. any force of nature really.
we do add KCl to water for the measurement of pH to prevent CO2 from dissolution in water and forming of H2CO3
Intermolecular forces are the forces between molecules which hold two or more of them together; intramolecular forces happen inside of the molecule, & are the forces holding the atoms together witch form the molecule.
Sodium react with water, any intermolecular force between sodium and water.
The intermolecular forces in water is hydrogen bonding.
Yes... When water is heated, the intermolecular force of attraction between water atoms become weak and they start losing the intermolecular force of attraction... at temperature known as boiling point of water this intermolecular force become so weak that water lose its state and converts into gasious state... but this expansion is not considerable... :)
This is the intermolecular force of hydrogen bonds.
The main intermolecular forces between water molecules are hydrogen bonds which are pretty strong as far as intermolecular forces go. Between hydrocarbon chains (oil) the main intermolecular force are London force which are weaker. For two liquids to be miscible the intermolecular forces between them have to be similar in strength or they won't dissolve. Water and oil have different strengths of intermolecular bonds so don't mix.
In pure water, the primary intermolecular force is a hydrogen bond, which is a specific type of dipole-dipole intermolecular force with notably more energy than most dipole-dipole intermolecular forces.
Hydrogen bonds between molecules
weak intermolecular forces because dry ice with sublime
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