Snow and Ice
At what temperature does water turn into ice?
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Acids and Bases
Can liquids turn into solids?
Yes. Every solid has a melting temperature above which (hotter) it is a liquid and beneath which (colder) it is a solid. Answer For example, water becomes ice at zero degrees Celsius / 32 degrees Fahrenheit. That temperature is the melting temperature for ice. Hotter than that temperature will turn ice into water, and colder than that temperature will turn water into ice. 0 degrees Celsius is also called the triple point because water, ice, and water vapor can all exist at that temperature without changing their forms. In other words, at that temperature, ice can stay ice, water can stay water, and water vapor can stay water vapor.