A sphere. It has minimum surface area per volume.
Pretty sure that the Pacific is the largest body of water in surface area, but that the Atlantic ocean contains a higher volume of water.
least volume and most surface area is 3D triangle
Liquid water--oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, aquifers, and streams.
liquid, cause its in the ocean rivers lakes etc
Most of the earths surface is covered with water. There is land under that water though, below the surface.
The state of Alaska has the most freshwater by volume with over 94,000 square miles of water areas within the state boundaries. However, Michigan has the largest percent of a state that is freshwater, with over 41% of the state's area being freshwater.
Most likely to decrease its surface area to volume ratio (SA:V) thus minimising water loss.
I assume your question deals with expansion in volume under conditions of heating and / or cooling. I believe that most liquids expand in volume when they are heated and contract in volume when they are cooled. Water does not follow this pattern entirely - it expands when it is cooled from a liquid state to a solid state.
Gases adapt most easily to changes in volume.
The surface tension of water is higher than that of most other liquids. Water has a surface tension of 7.29 * 10-2 J/m2 at 20oC.
why do most water loss usually from the lower surface of the leaf by transpiration
Liquid is the most common state of water.
Less, possibly gone.
Ice floats. Most other substances are denser in the solid state.
Water as steam in the gas state has the most energy compared to water in the liquid or solid state.