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Hydrologic cycle

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The hydrologic cycle is a conceptual model that describes the storage and movement of water between the biosphere, atmosphere, lithosphere, and the hydrosphere
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Water molecules favor negative charges

Water molecules favor negative charges | Water you waiting for? | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —In the presence of charged substances, H2O molecules favor associating with elements with a negative electrical charge rather than a positive electric charge. EPFL researchers have published a study on the subject that could provide new insights on the processes of cell formation.
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H2O | Chemistry of Water

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This page contains brief information on the chemistry of water. H2O is a website designed to educate people about water, and how much if affects us. It's designed to be a fun, user-friendly website which people enjoy viewing.
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Department of Water :: The Water Cycle

Department of Water :: The Water Cycle | Water you waiting for? | Scoop.it
Department of Water Western Australia
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Ionic, Covalent, and Metallic Bonds

Introduction to ionic, covalent, polar covalent and metallic bonds.

Via darci ecker-popiel, Jason Howitt, Isidora Sánchez
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Do you understand more about bond types now then you did after reading the chapter in you textbook?
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Did you find the information in this video easy to follow?
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The Molecular Nature of Water | Britannica Blog

The Molecular Nature of Water | Britannica Blog | Water you waiting for? | Scoop.it
As far as chemical formulas go, H2O is probably the most widely recognized in the world. But for as much as we might think we know about this everyday
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Researchers discover how a cluster of water molecules adapts to the presence of an extra proton

Researchers discover how a cluster of water molecules adapts to the presence of an extra proton | Water you waiting for? | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —H2O is the molecule everybody knows, and nobody can live without. But for all its familiarity and import for life, aspects of water's behavior have been hard to pin down, including how it conducts positive charge.
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OpenStax CNX - Water Cycle and Fresh Water Supply

OpenStax CNX - Water Cycle and Fresh Water Supply | Water you waiting for? | Scoop.it
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The water cycle, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Water Science School

The water cycle, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Water Science School | Water you waiting for? | Scoop.it
The water cycle, from the USGS Water Science School.
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Structure and Properties of Ice

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Diagrams and outdated but seemingly relevant info

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Why Does Ice Float In Water? - SuperSmartLand.com

Why does ice float in water? Find out in JUST ONE MINUTE. Visit http://www.supersmartland.com for more quick videos that will fill your brain with fun facts....
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Break it down, ice floats on water because..

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The Water Cycle : Feature Articles

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Landscape sculptor. Climate driver. Life supporter. Water is the most important molecule on our planet.
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