Water has the chemical formula H2O, making it an inorganic substance. It is the primary chemical component of the Earth’s hydrosphere and the fluids of all known living things (in which it serves as a solvent. It is translucent, flavourless, odourless, and almost colourless. In spite of not supplying food, energy, or organic micronutrients, it is essential for all known forms of life. Its molecules are made up of two hydrogen atoms joined by covalent bonds and have the chemical formula H2O. The angle at which the hydrogen atoms are joined to the oxygen atom is 104.45°. The liquid condition of H2O at normal pressure and temperature is known as “water” as well.