Section 18.1 states that ordinarily, pressure, volume, and temperature cannot change individually without one affecting the others. Yet when a liquid evaporates, its volume changes, even though its pressure and temperature are constant. Is this inconsistent? Why or why not?
Chapter 3: Water and Life 3.1. Polar Covalent Bonds in Water Molecules Result in Hydrogen Bonding ● Oxygen is more electronegative than hydrogen. ○ This results in the electrons in water molecules spending more time with the oxygen than the hydrogen ● Water’s unequal sharing of electrons make it a polar molecule. The overall charge is unequally distributed. ○ Polar molecules can characteristically have a V-shape. ● Oxygen has a partial negative charge and hydrogen has a partial positive charge ○ Slightly positive hydrogens are attracted to the oxygens of other water molecules, resulting in a Hydrogen Bond. ■ Individual H-bonds are weak af and also break frequently but molec