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Applet showing water flow from a hose as height changes. The amount of water in the tower can be varied.
An applet showing how water flow is affected by pressure and how water towers work.
A Marvin and Milo activity about ultraviolet. All you need is a two clear glasses, tap water, tonic water and dark paper.
Introduction to colligative properties of solutions - complex equations included!
With an animation you can alter the amount of water and starting temperature to estimate how long water will take to boil. The animation will run and your estimate of time evaluated.
Why does the water always seem colder at the bottom of a lake?
In this video mythbusters find out how likely it is that you could superheat water in your own microwave.
An extensive Q&A about supercooling water and what factors can lead to it.
This page explains different ways that water can remain unfrozen at low temperatures - including dissolved solutes and supercooling.
Applet in two parts - the first a fish's view from under water. In the second the position of the cursor is the source of a light ray. Its path from within the water to an observer appears.
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