D - water changes from a
We are asked what happens when the pressure changes from 0 atm to 10 atm at 0C.
If we look at the graph at 0C on the x axis and at 0 atm on the y axis, we can see we are in the yellow area of the graph, so the water starts at a gas.
If we keep the temperature the same, but change the pressure to 10 atm (much higher on the y axis) we are in the blue area, so the water is now a liquid. Therefore, D is correct
the best answer is d because the strong cohesion is caused by the ability of water molecules to undergo hydrogen bonding.
a is incorrect because when water solidifies, it becomes ice, which expands and occupies a bigger volume for the same mass of water in its liquid state.
b is incorrect because water has high surface tension. besides bonding to itself it hydrogen bonds to other molecules at the top decreasing possibility for breaking of attractive forces.
c is incorrect because the water molecule has oxygen which is highly electronegative and so pulls the electron pair towards itself creating a dipole moment, making the molecule polar.
e is incorrect because water has strong adhesion, ability to stick to other molecules such as glass because of this molecules having stronger hydrogen bonding than water.