The two factors that affect the amount of sunlight received by a planets surface would be how close it is to the sun and how much of an atmosphere it has. This is because an atmosphere will trap heat.
the internal temperature of the planet is a great factor because volcanic activity that has resulted from over action of the planets core cause the surface temp to heat up. also cloud coverage or atmosphere because the clouds reflect alot of heat from the sun.
The temperature and the amount of water need to be kept the same so that the only variable that changes is surface area. If you allow the temperature and/or the amount of water to change too, you will not know which variable is causing the changes that you observe.
The earths surface, a building, and a moving object
The surface temperature of Eta Piscium, the constellation Pisces' brightest star, is about 4930 Kelvin, or just a bit under 3000 degrees Fahrenheit.
The meniscus is the name for the way that water forms a concave curve at it's surface. This is because of the cohesive and capillary properties of water.
Surface tension is important to water striders because surface tension gives them the ability to float and not sink and drown.
distance from Sun, surface temperature, and atmosphere of oxygen
surface area: volume
surface area and volume
Read your text book
All but one (mercury) are solid at room temperature, most of them have a shiny surface
As mass increases It increases the surface temperature , luminosity, and radius.
Any liquid tend to be evaporated; temperature and pressure have an important role.
The most important factors are temperature and pressure.
Surface temperature is the temperature on the outside of the object. For example the surface temperature of the Earth is the Ground temperature and the surface temperature of an orange is the rind not the pips.
Determining color or surface stippling (orange like surface).
Air Temperature, because the surface of the water is the only thing that needs to be heated so the warmer the air temperature, the faster the air can heat the surface of the water the faster evaporation will be able to occur,
Water has many physical properties (properties that can be observed or measured without changing the composition of matter):High surface tensionHigh specific heat indexIt exists in liquid form over an important range of temperature from 0 - 100° Celsius.It boils at 100° CelsiusIt freezes at 0° CelsiusOdorlessUniversal solventDensity is is approximately one gram per cubic centimeter