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it is a liquid at room temperature but solid at 0 Celsius

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ice is a solid and a liquid so if u put ice in room temperature you can just watch it melt and it will turn into a liquid because its not in a cold temperature

The change between solid, liquid and gas is known as a change of state and is affected by the substance and its temperature. E.g. at room temperature water is liquid but a 0oc it becomes ice, a solid.

It is usually a solid, which sublimates at room temperature to form a gas.

Gas -> liquid = condensation Liquid -> solid = solidification Solid -> liquid = fusion Liquid -> gas = evaporation Solid directly to gas (with out becoming liquid) = sublimation Example = dry ice at room temperature.

Because 'room temperature' is far warmer than 0 c

According to convention, room temperature is generally taken as about 20°C. At this temperature water will be in its liquid phase at standard atmospheric pressure. Also with reference to the wording of your question if something is a liquid (what is the liquid called) then it can not be ICE which is a solid.

When solid ice becomes liquid, the temperature goes higher.

Dry ice is I believe carbon in solid form. At room temperature it immediately turns from solid to gas bypassing the liquid stage of matter. It is simply to warm for it to keep its solid form at room temperature. Its solid temperature is close to -200 degrees fahrenheit.

Solid. But let it sit at room temperature for an hour, and it will undergo a change of state to become a liquid.

Ice is a solid and when it melts it becomes water, which is a liquid.

Dry ice, which is solid carbon dioxide at room temperature is a physical change. From being solid, it becomes gas at room temperature.

Solid ice starts to turn to liquid water a 0 degrees Celsius.

Yes, ice melts at 00C to from liquid water.

The melting or freezing points are different for different substances. At room temperature your pencil and desk are solid, which means that they are frozen. However, water is a liquid at room temperature and is not solid (frozen) until it's temperature reaches 0 degrees Celsius.

Gas -> liquid = condinsation Liquid -> solid = solidification Solid -> liquid = fusion Liquid -> gas = evaporation Solid directly to gas (with out becoming liquid) = sublimation Example = dry ice at room temperature.

Dry ice (solid CO2) at room temperature changes from a solid to a gas without going through the liquid phase. This is called sublimation.

I think its a gasIt is a gas at room temperature, however, at lower temperature or higher pressure it can be a liquid or even a solid. Think about H2O is it a liquid? It depends on temperature and pressure. water, ice and steam are all H2O, but at different tempertures.

At its melting point. For example, the melting point of ice is 0 degrees celsius, so ice (solid) will melt to become water (liquid) at this temperature.

ice comes from water which water comes from air.. oxygen is a gas which changes to water which is a liquid then to ice which is a solid liquid Dry ice is solid Carbon dioxide, which is usually a gas at standard temperature and pressure. Normal ice is solid water, which is normally a liquid at standard temperature and pressure.

Nitrogen ice is solid. Liquid nitrogen is liquid. At standard temperature and pressure, nitrogen is gaseous.

Dry ice is solid carbon dioxide, CO2. It is a pure substance, a chemical compound. It sublimes at room temperature goinf from solid to gas without turning into a liquid.

You can you change liquid water into a solid (ice) by lowering its temperature. You can you change liquid water into a gas (water vapor) by raising its temperature.

Oxygen can indeed be a gas and it is a gas at room temperature, which is why we are able to breathe it. When its temperature is lowered a great deal, it can be a liquid or, if the temperature is lowered further, it can be a solid (like ice).

Transitioning from solid to liquid is melting, and the temperature at which this happens is the melting point. Another name for the same temperature is the freezing point, which is transitioning from liquid to solid.

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