Why Water is Wet avconsultants.com 38-Second Video

AVC’s Stu Sweetow shot this video for Nautil.us Magazine


Click the image above to see the 38 second answer to the question, “why is water wet?”

UC Berkeley Chemist, Richard Saykally, explain why water is wet in this multi-part interview filmed by Stu Sweetow and posted to the Nautil.us Magazine website.

Go to the Nautilus website to view more questions and answers.

According to Wikipedia, “Saykally has been a professor at the University of California, Berkeley since 1979. He and his students have pioneered many important advances in spectroscopy, including velocity modulation spectroscopy of ions, terahertz laser vibration-rotation-tunneling spectroscopy of clusters, infrared photon counting spectroscopy, cavity ringdown spectroscopy, and X-ray spectroscopy of liquid microjets. These have permitted the first detailed study of important textbook molecules, including the hydronium (H3O+), hydroxide (OH-) and ammonium (NH4+) ions, as well as small water clusters and carbon clusters.”

FOR NAUTILUS MAGAZINE:

BY BRIAN GALLAGHER

PRODUCED BY YVONNE BANG

VIDEO BY STUART SWEETOW

JUNE 11, 2015

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