The importance of water in our lives

The physical and chemical qualities of water have made it a key pillar of specialized industrial applications and daily needs. Many power plants operate on the water runoff energy used to reverse the magnetic polarity and intersect their field lines of energy production, as well as their cooling properties, which have made it a material for discharging the heat of nuclear reactors, cooling them and absorbing out of them. Water was the ideal option for cooling nuclear accelerators and reactors; Due to its smoothness and over-heat runoff, its absorption is special, as well as its ability to shift from one shape to another, and the field is very wide in the uses of water for cooling; Internal combustion engines in all their forms hardly dispense with water's cooling properties; Radiators are fanned in the Earth's diameters with their effectiveness.