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2014-03-09T19:17:50+05:30
1) Pure water is totally colorless and transparent and tasteless. 
2) Pure water iced in 0°C and Boiled in 100°C and under 1 atmospheric pressure. 
3) Water is non-conductor if electricity. 
4) The density of water is 
1g/ml in atomic 4°C.
5) A wide variety of substence easily dissolves  in water. 
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1) Pure water is totally colorless and transparent and tasteless.
2) Pure water iced in 0°C and Boiled in 100°C and under 1 atmospheric pressure.
3) Water is non-conductor if electricity.
4) The density of water is 1g/ml in atomic 4°C.
you forgot one thing... water contracts on heating form 0degrees centigrade to 4 degrees centrigrade.
also, water has surface tension of about 72 mN/m (milliNewton per metre)
A wide variety of substence easily dissolves in water. because it is a polar solvent
2014-03-09T19:23:02+05:30
Water is the most abundant compound on earth's surface,covering about 70% of planet.it is in dynamic equilibrium between the liquid and gas states at standard temperature and pressure
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