The article “Water and Ice module—Chemical and Physical Properties of Water and Ice”,
written anonymously, describes the physical and chemical properties of water. The writing is set
out to be compelling and the use of 3D images appealing; in an effort to drive forward the points
and various explanations.
The article site involves one major page, which includes several sub-lets that link to different
topics, each explaining in their own way, the variable nature of water. The pages are well
arranged, with great consideration accorded to each topic describing the nature of water.
The article uses simple/easy to understand words, with relevance to each topic, while employing
the efficient use of 3D images to elaborate various points. There are also instances of the
mention of exact figures, for example 2.76 angstroms as the estimated distance between adjacent
oxygen atoms in a water dimer. These figures seek to identify the reader with the various
measurements involved in the understanding of the nature of water. Furthermore, there are some
questions at the end of some of the topics elaborating on the nature of water, which seek to
measure the length of the understanding of the reader, from the topics discussed therein, or draw
the reader’s attention more to the topic b...