I have read the explanation for this in several textbooks, but I am struggling to understand it via Archimedes' principle. If someone can clarify with a diagram or something so I can understand or a ...
Almost as soon as I turn my kettle on it starts to make the familiar kettle noise, yet very shortly after turning off the power the boiling noise stops and the kettle is totally silent. The ...
Can substances other than H2O have a triple point, where the three usual phases of matter (solid/liquid/gas) can exist?
I'm not sure if this is the right site to post this on but I have a project where I have some cloud microphysical properties: ...
The molecules are closely arranged in solids, loosely arranged in liquids and are free to move in gases... But, Why are liquids (especially water) exhibiting these distinctive properties such as ...
How does freezing water to make ice remove whatever salts were in the water to begin with?
If I have a container that is full of water and I attempt to freeze the water by freezing the container, what would happen if the container is strong enough to prevent the water expansion? Could the ...