Water molecule

The water molecule is composed of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom joined by a covalent bond. That is, the two hydrogen atoms and the oxygen atom are bonded together by sharing electrons. Its formula is H2O.

Changes of state

This animation shows what happens when heat is applied to a block of ice. Notice that the temperature increases until it reaches 0ºC, where it remains stable while the ice melts. The same thing happens at 100°C as the liquid water evaporates.
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Water distillation

This simulation shows a water distillation unit with different cooling variants.
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Electrolysis of water

The electrolysis of water is the decomposition of water (H2O) into the gases oxygen (O2) and hydrogen (H2) by means of a direct electric current. To reduce the resistance to the passage of current through water, it is usually acidified by adding a small amount of sulfuric acid or by adding a strong electrolyte such as sodium hydroxide, NaOH.
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General chemistry


General Chemistry I: Atoms, Molecules, and Bonding


Big Bang and the Origin of Chemical Elements




From Atoms to Materials: Predictive Theory and Simulations


Microstructural Evolution of Materials Part 1: Statistical Mechanics


Microstructural Evolution of Materials: Surfaces and Surface-Driven Reactions


Microstructural Evolution in Materials: Phase Transformations


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