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omaga

  • one year ago

Some insects can walk on the surface of water. Which behavior of water is responsible for this phenomenon?

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  1. Jadedry
    • one year ago
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    Surface tension. Water (like most liquids) is ever so slightly elastic and insects are light enough not to "break" the surface of the water, allowing them to skim.

  2. elcna
    • one year ago
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    Water has high surface tension :)

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