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Here is an external 'Frequently asked questions" page leading to a substantial and sensible website about water and water treatment.


'Water - The Marvellous Molecule' is a BBC radio program series. Here is an external 'Frequently asked questions" site. 'Water - The Marvellous Molecule' is a BBC radio program series available on the Web. There is a BBC Radio 4 program on water with Melvyn Bragg that covers the basics. Interesting and useful molecular models of water may be bought from 3D Molecular Designs.


An interesting and useful Water in Biology blog was started by Philip Ball but seems no longer active.


Here are 3-D phase diagrams for water [1560] (another, 200-400 K), a "live" water phase diagram, a solid site concerned with 'unfreezable' water, and one concerned with superheated water.


Do you want to see individual water molecules as they move using a scanning tunneling microscope?


Here are sites concerned with hydrogen, oxygen and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).


If you are interested in snow crystals, then this site gives a lot of detail.


However, if bubbles or fountains (a fascinating sales site) interest you, there is plenty at these sites.


Here is a water cluster database and a protonated water cluster database.


Sweet Briar College provides class notes on water (H2O - The Mystery, Art & Science of Water) concerning the nature, properties, place, significance, importance, and role of water in Earth's  life and culture.


Related to the structuring in water, there is an interesting site concerned with giant metal-oxide keplerates.


For information concerning bottled water, visit the International Bottled Water Association, and for drinking water, contaminants, and treatment methods, visit Randy Johnson's Drinking Water Resources site.


The Water Security Knowledge Exchange Portal is designed to help businesses, policymakers, regulators, and others see how the water-related challenges they face have been addressed and assist them in finding the data and researchers that can help them address the water-related challenges of the future. For water resource information, visit the Natural Resources Defense Council or the Best of the website. Nature has information on the global water crisis. For information about the UK water industry. For data on the many issues related to freshwater. Useful water conservation sites are found here and here.


Many properties of water and steam can be calculated on Valery Ochkov's page; also those of seawater, including its density. The International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam has reports concerning the properties of water. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Webbook has an entry for water.


The excellent and comprehensive solid geometry of icosahedra site has been re-opened and is well worth a visit.

Magnetic and catalytic water treatments and sales of clustered/declustered water are debunked at Water Cluster Quackery.


Visit here if you need to measure water vapor flux density with great sensitivity and accuracy.


Here is the Commodity Chemistry links site, and a patents searching site that allows a chemical search of most of the world's patents, via SMILES strings or by drawing structures.


This site gives the fundamental physical constants and practical conversion between energy and atomic units (a.u). Here is Rowlett's Dictionary of Units. eMolecules is a free chemical search engine.


The IUPAC Compendium of chemical terminology (The Gold book) is a (free) highly recommended interactive nomenclature reference for the chemical sciences. Here is a glossary of molecular modeling.


Here are some generally useful sites: Protein Data Bank; Center for Biological Sequence Analysis data sets; (WebElements) Periodic Table, Visual Elements (a visually stunning periodic table); and the Journal of Chemical Education's periodic table.


A water journal has been launched online, 'WATER: A Multidisciplinary Research Journal'.


This site has further information on health aspects of electromagnetic fields


SklogWiki is an open-edit encyclopedia dedicated to thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, oriented towards computer simulations and theoretical studies, with several entries for water. It is still in its early days of development.


For much information concerning Cold Fusion go to the Low Energy Nuclear Reactions site featuring more than 500 original papers.


If you have a more general interest in water, visit the Water Science for Schools website at the U.S. Geological Survey. An Essential Guide on Home Water Conservation has been presented. Water conservation is covered by the Water Conservation Tips, the The Water Conservation Guides, and the Global Water Waste resource.


If you are curious as to what happens to your sins when they are washed away with holy water see [1730].


Interesting You-Tube links: Amazing floating water bridge (Explanation, [1361]; Waves in a large free sphere of water; Burning water; The Leidenfrost maze, Heavy water; reverse osmosis; Amusing supercooled water; hydrogen-bonding; The strange singularity on freezing a drop of water; 3-D knotted vortices in water; hydrated DNA animations, nanobubbles, the 2-state structure of liquid water.






For water-related art see:

cs12 from Keith Stuart Murray
ExplodingBowler1 from Martin Waugh


For light relief, there are sites on dihydrogen monoxide.


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I am not endorsing, advocating or otherwise supporting, or gaining support from, any products that may be available from some of these sites.



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