WHY WATER IS COLOURLESS

WHY does water have no taste or colour?

The dictionary definition for water is a clear, colourless, odourless and tasteless liquid (H2O) that is essential for most plant and animal life.

In fact, life on earth depends on water for almost every process. Water has no colour because light passes through it easily and it has no taste because it is made up of a very simple molecule

We are all more than 80% water! - faqkids-.com; wiki.-answers.com; healthmad.com

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