If the right conditions apply then yes all substance can be changed from a solid to a liquid. A liquid CO2 can be achieved above 5.2 atmosphere of pressure.
Definitely not! Not even all the elements are solid, and there are millions of liquid organic substances.
All pure substances do. Many substances with mixed compositions do also, although not all (for instance, you'll never see cotton as a liquid... or liquid wood...).
the phases can be changed from a liquid, gas, or solid
All substances can exist in solid, gas, liquid and plasma forms as well as forms in-between.Answer: Anthracite can be any.
The solid state of water is less dense than its liquid state, which is why ice floats on water. The solid state of nearly all other substances is more dense than the liquid state and sinks in the liquid state.
If all substances are at equilibrium, the temperature is the boiling point, at the prevailing pressure, of the substance that has changed from liquid to gas.
Some substances like water (or wax) can undergo observable changes through all three states of matter - solid liquid and gas.
its an aqueous substance. all jellylike substances are called aqueous.
All substances have different melting points, think of water and of lead.
What is a Mixture?a mixture is the process of mixing two or more substancesWhat is a filtration?a filtration is the process of separating a solidand liquid substancesTHAT'S ALL
No. Different materials melt at different temperatures. This is why some substances are solid at room temperature while others are liquid.
All substances lose their shape if changed to a liquid or gas.
Yes, its possible with all substances. It's called the triple point on a phase diagram, where the substance exists as a gas, liquid, and solid at a given temperature and pressure.
no. carbon dioxide gos from a solid form right to a gas form. look up "dry ice"
Solids, liquids, gases, and plasmas are all states of matter. Hopefully that helps.
Evaporation is the change of state from a liquid to a gas. At a certain temperature all compounds and substances will evaporate. SOLID to LIQUID then to GAS.
it is a solid because all liquids evaporate
If you compare the densities of a solid, liquid, and gaseous states of a substance you will find that the solid is the most dense, the liquid is a medium density, and the gas is the least dense.
Zinc is all, a solid, liquid, and a gas. when it is melted, it is a liquid, when the liquid is heated, it becomes a vapor, a gas, and when the liquid is froze is is a solid.
There are several physical forms in which a substance can exist. The common ones on earth are solid, liquid and gas, although some substances cannot exist as all three.A solid, liquid, gas or plasma.
Yes. Almost all substances are less dense in their liquid form than their solids, as the solid structure is more closely packed. Water is the exception to this, hence ice floats.
You can compare them to tell one liquid from another. All solid substances melt at one temperature only.
All substances do exist in all phases at some point (at least theoretically). However, many substances are unlikely to be seen in a certain phase because of their chemical properties. Carbon dioxide, for example, does have a liquid phase, but it is rarely seen at room temperature because solid CO2 sublimes to a gas without moving through the liquid phase. If the proper circumstances were met (usually extreme changes in temperature or pressure), liquid CO2 could be prepared (similar to how liquid nitrogen cannot exist except in extremely low temperatures).
It matters what the object is. All substances have different melting/freezing points. (water is 32 degrees)