Going off of the stupid of argument if water is wet, my dumb friends concluded that if water is not wet, that means its dry.?
Is there a scientific explanation on why water isn't wet but not dry?
- MarkLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
The absence of Hydrogen and Oxygen on a surface could explain dryness.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Reported, thanks for the two points.
- Anonymous2 months ago
One must discern a particular level of "wetness" via chemical experimentation.
You should research this for quite some time before responding to your "friends".
AND...word to the wise! Listen to them more...they know something that you don't ;-)Source(s): PhD in Chemistry (42 years)
- Jim MoorLv 72 months ago
3 letter words are the worst!
Define 'wet', 'man', god', etc. and you immediately have issues.
What we need is a long word for wet like "surfaceinstantsoakingattribute" or "soakingmacsoakface" then we would know what we're talking about.
BEWARE 3 LETTER WORDS!!!
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- pisgahchemistLv 72 months ago
All questions regarding the "wetness" of water have been banned.
- StarryskyLv 72 months ago
- 2 months ago
Dude that's some older Jacksfilms joke, he made videos about fake facts and that was one.of them. Just look it up on YouTube.
- skeptikLv 72 months ago
Why would there be a scientific explanation why something is true, when it isn't?
Water is wet. That is one of its fundamental properties, and why it's considered a "universal solvent."