Of course. If you can change the solid to a gas you can turn the gas into a liquid then you can change the liquid into a solid. It is called changes of matter.
Sublimation of dry ice is a physical change. :)
Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide. If it evaporates, that is a physical change.
Yes, it is a physical change.
Dry ice doesn't "turn into smoke". Dry ice causes moisture in the air to condense, forming fog. This is a purely physical, not chemical, change.
Dry Ice is simply C02 that is solid. It doesn't change unless you change the temperature of the pressure. When it does, however, it is a physical change.
It is a physical change.
Sublimation is a physical change.
Any type of melting is a physical change.
I just had this question for a chemistry and it is a physical change
Temperature is a physical change- it can be undone.
The sublimation of dry ice into gaseous carbon dioxide is a physical change. It does not undergo any chemical changes.
It is a physical change because the composition of the dry ice didn't change; it just changed forms
yes it is a phyiscal change hehe
Dry ice is a solid form of cooled carbon dioxide. When it reaches room temperature it changes to gaseous carbon dioxide. Since, there is no change in the chemical composition of dry ice, it is called a physical change.
The "disappearance" of dry ice is a physical change. What you refer to as disappearance is actually sublimation where the solid CO2 turns to a gas without going through the liquid phase. Dry is is solid CO2 and when it disappears it becomes gaseous CO2, so it is a physical change.
The melting of ice is a physical change. The physical change include physical change include sublimating dry ice, boiling water, crushing an aluminum can or breaking a glass bottle.
It's a physical change because it's still carbon dioxide.
Physical change, called sublimation. It still stays CO2
No, it's a physical change.
The Examples of Physical Changes: - hole in a paper - branch falling off tree - painting wood - breaking glass - melting ice - freezing water - melting iron The Definition of Physical Change A physical change in a substance doesn't change what the substance is. Ice melting, water evaporating (the water cycle)
Dry ice, which is solid carbon dioxide at room temperature is a physical change. From being solid, it becomes gas at room temperature.
The process is a physical process and the actual change is a physical change.
no. a phase change is ALWAYS a physical change in the substance.
A physical change. It's chemically still CO2, whether solid or a gas.