Water molecules during late evaporation

Water molecules during late evaporation

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Caption: Water molecules during evaporation. Computer- generated model of several molecules of water, during evaporation. Each water molecule (H2O) consists of an atom of oxygen (red) bonded to two atoms of hydrogen (blue). When heated to a temperature of 100 Celsius, water molecules enter a gaseous phase to form water vapour. This process of gasification is known as evaporation. During evaporation (as shown here) the water molecules become less closely packed, and move around energetically at high speed. When in the liquid phase, water molecules are more closely packed

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Keywords: chemical, chemistry, computer graphic, covalent bonding, evaporation, model, molecular graphic, molecule, water, water molecules

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