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Q: In cold climates the amount of snow on the ground may decrease even if the temperature stays below zero degrees Celsius what is the process?

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100 degrees Celsius

37 degrees Celsius is the temperature of a healthy human. That is the normal body temperature.

-21 degrees Celsius to 10 degrees Celsius.

A normal body temperature is 37 degrees Celsius or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. A body temperature of 50 degrees Celsius is 13 degrees hotter than a normal body temperature. If your body temperature were to reach 50 degrees Celsius you be dead.

38 degrees Fahrenheit = 3.3 degrees Celsius. The formula is Celsius temperature = 5/9 (Fahrenheit temperature - 32)

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The solubility of NH3 increases , and the solubility of KCldecreases

pure water (with no impurities added ) can only boil at 100 degrees Celsius , no other temperature . But if we add impurities to it than the temperature at which the water will boil can increase or decrease. Another point is that when we increase or decrease the atmospheric pressure, the temperature at which ordinary water boils (i.e.100 degrees Celsius) can also increase or decrease.

It all depends on where the lake is located at. Lakes in colder climates will have a colder normal temperature than that of lakes in warmer climates.

Cold dry climates allow the snow to sublime (go directly from the solid to the gaseous form) without ever being truly liquid.

25 degrees Celsius.

Zero degrees Celsius.

35 degrees Celsius.

The Celsius temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit would be 0 degrees.

32 degrees Fahrenheit = 0 degrees Celsius

The conversion to degrees Celsius... 18.3

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