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The boiling point of water is unusually high for its molecular mass.
Water expands and becomes denser when it freezes.
Lack of access to clean water contributes to the spread of diseases such as cholera.
Water treatment involves the addition of aluminum sulfate to coagulate small particles.
The specific heat capacity of water is lower than most other liquids.
Nitrates and phosphates in water can lead to deoxygenation and harm aquatic ecosystems.
All bacteria are removed from water solely by the process of sand filtration.
The addition of chlorine to water treatment processes is solely for improving the taste of the water.
In water treatment, flocculants help small particles to sink to the bottom of the sedimentation tank.
Drinking water typically contains a high concentration of dissolved oxygen.
Sodium hydroxide is added to water after chlorination to increase pH and decrease acidity.
Carbon slurry filters are used in water treatment to add essential minerals to the water.
The primary purpose of adding fluoride to water is to help prevent tooth decay.