(1) A clear, odorless, tasteless liquid necessary for the life of animals and plants.
(2) A chemical substance composed of hydrogen and oxygen and vital for all known forms of life.
(3) A chemical compound with a formula of H2O that is widely used as a solvent.
Water occurs at room temperature as a clear, colorless, odorless, tasteless liquid. It solidifies at 0 degrees Celcius and boils above 100 degrees Celcius (or 32° and 212° Fahrenheit).
It also frequently occurs naturally as snow, ice in glaciers, ice packs and icebergs, droplets in clouds, fog and dew, in subsurface aquifers, and as atmospheric humidity.
- Example...I never even tasted a thing but I'm all wet! What is this stuff anyway?