distorted water

distorted water

[di′stȯrd·əd ′wȯd·ər]
(meteorology)
A multimolecular layer of water, at the boundary between a mass of liquid water and the surrounding vapor, whose structure is not identical with that of bulk water.
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Through progressive production practices, wheat production in the country can easily witness the growth up to 35 million tons from the current production of 25 million tons,' he said adding that the issue that needs to be addressed includes inefficiently organized land markets that result in low production, distorted water market (the influential gets maximum water), unequal water distribution (the poor farmer has no water), non-liberal retail market, low preference to the agri sector, and unavailability of quality certification methods (strengthened quality assurance mechanisms to help both the consumer and the exporter) etc.
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