water (Q283)

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chemical compound; main constituent of the fluids of most living organisms
  • H2O
  • dihydrogen monoxide
  • dihydridooxygen
  • [OH2]
  • HOH
  • hydrogen hydroxide
  • dihydrogen oxide
  • oxidane
  • hydrogen oxide
  • pure water
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water
chemical compound; main constituent of the fluids of most living organisms
  • H2O
  • dihydrogen monoxide
  • dihydridooxygen
  • [OH2]
  • HOH
  • hydrogen hydroxide
  • dihydrogen oxide
  • oxidane
  • hydrogen oxide
  • pure water

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H2O 2D labelled.svg
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18.015268 dalton
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3.2 Relative Molar Mass of Ordinary Water Substance
15 August 2017
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H₂O
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4,184±1 joule per kilogram kelvin
2,110 joule per kilogram kelvin
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1,640 joule per kilogram kelvin
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4,216 joule per kilogram kelvin
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40.656 kilojoule per mole
373.15 kelvin
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0.983854 gram per cubic centimetre
-30 degree Celsius
0.993547 gram per cubic centimetre
-20 degree Celsius
0.998117 gram per cubic centimetre
-10 degree Celsius
0.9998395 gram per cubic centimetre
0.9999720 gram per cubic centimetre
0.99996 gram per cubic centimetre
0.9997026 gram per cubic centimetre
10 degree Celsius
0.9991026 gram per cubic centimetre
15 degree Celsius
0.9982071 gram per cubic centimetre
20 degree Celsius
0.9977735 gram per cubic centimetre
22 degree Celsius
0.9970479 gram per cubic centimetre
25 degree Celsius
0.9956502 gram per cubic centimetre
30 degree Celsius
0.99403 gram per cubic centimetre
35 degree Celsius
0.99221 gram per cubic centimetre
40 degree Celsius
0.99022 gram per cubic centimetre
45 degree Celsius
0.98804 gram per cubic centimetre
50 degree Celsius
0.98570 gram per cubic centimetre
55 degree Celsius
0.98321 gram per cubic centimetre
60 degree Celsius
0.98056 gram per cubic centimetre
65 degree Celsius
0.97778 gram per cubic centimetre
70 degree Celsius
0.97486 gram per cubic centimetre
75 degree Celsius
0.97180 gram per cubic centimetre
80 degree Celsius
0.96862 gram per cubic centimetre
85 degree Celsius
0.96531 gram per cubic centimetre
90 degree Celsius
0.96189 gram per cubic centimetre
95 degree Celsius
0.95835 gram per cubic centimetre
100 degree Celsius
0 degree Celsius
1 standard atmosphere
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The revision of the SI—the result of three decades of progress in metrology (English)
The standard uncertainty of T_TPW is now u(T_TPW) = 100 μK (English)
1.7911 millipascal-second
0.01 degree Celsius
1 standard atmosphere
1.0016 millipascal-second
20 degree Celsius
1 standard atmosphere
0.89002 millipascal-second
25 degree Celsius
1 standard atmosphere
0.01012 square centimetre per second
20 degree Celsius
1.39450
0 degree Celsius
226.5 nanometre
1.33432
0 degree Celsius
589.0 nanometre
1.32612
0 degree Celsius
1,013.98 nanometre
1.39336
20 degree Celsius
226.5 nanometre
1.33298
20 degree Celsius
589.0 nanometre
1.32524
20 degree Celsius
1,013.98 nanometre
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high (English)
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Tag:resource=water
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553.7
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117
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27 December 2018
Water (English)
CAS no.: 7732-18-5 (English)
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28 December 2019
AQUA (English)
CAS no.: 7732-18-5 (English)
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11271
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water
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