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The Significance of Water on Earth

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Year 11 Chemistry Assignment on the properties of water including details on its surface tension, heat and thermal pollution.

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Chemistry Physics Nature Water pollution Inorganic solvents Oxides Physical quantities Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning Thermal pollution Water Properties of water Cooling tower
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Chemistry Physics Nature Water pollution Inorganic solvents Oxides Physical quantities Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning Thermal pollution Water Properties of water Cooling tower
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