What is the biological importance of Water?

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What is the biological importance of H20. Describe with examples how the physical properties of water allow it to perform these roles. Include: Density when solid and liquid boiling point, melting point, hydrogen bonding, surface tension/cohesion (plants), Specific Heat Capacity, Latent Heat of Vaporisation.

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What is the biological importance of H20. Describe with examples how the physical properties of water
allow it to perform these roles. Include: Density when solid and liquid boiling point, melting point, hydrogen
bonding, surface tension/cohesion (plants), Specific Heat Capacity, Latent Heat of Vaporisation.

The water molecule is formed from…

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