Phase Changes

By; Grace, Isaac, and Austin

Ice

Ice is a solid form but when you add heat to it (Which is thermal Energy) it will start to melt into a liquid at any degrees higher than 0 degrees Celsius
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Water

Once the ice is melted and into a liquid form, if you keep adding heat it will evaporate into a gas once it starts boiling at a degree higher than 100 degrees Celsius.
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Condensation

When the water vapor in the air is cooled and becomes a liquid again it will form condensation on the out side of the container.
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Freezing

Once the liquid gets cold enough again it will freeze back into a solid.
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Sublimation

Dry ice is an example of sublimation because when it melts it goes straight from a solid to a gas.
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Desublimation

Frost is an example of desublimation because it is the water vapor in the air that freezes into a solid without becoming a liquid first.
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Heating Curve

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Cooling Curve

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