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24 January, 04:17

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Earth's water:

is reused and recycled

is mostly freshwater

is strongly attracted to other materials

has a neutral pH value

can dissolve more substances than any other liquid

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  1. 24 January, 05:06
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    - is reused and recycled

    - can dissolve more substances than any other liquid

    Explanation:

    Earth water is reused and recycles in the form of the water cycle (hydrological cycle). In this cycle, water from the earth surface evaporates in the atmosphere, cool and condense into cloud or snow and fall to the earth surface.

    As a universal solvent, water can dissolve more substances than any other liquid. The polar arrangement of oxygen and hydrogen atom in the water molecules makes it excellent salt.

    On Earth, ~2.5% is a freshwater whereas 97.5% is salt water. The pH of water differs for surface and salt water, i. e. neutral to alkaline respectively. Water molecules attract to other water molecules better than the other substances. Therefore, other options are incorrect.
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