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Yesthey do,only if the solution changed and is deferent from the reacting species,

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What effects do solutes have on a solvent's freezing and boiling boints?

The effect of a solute on the freezing point and boiling point of a solvent is related to what is known as the colligative property. Upon addition of the solute, the freezing point will be lowered, and the boiling point will be increased. The magnitude of the change will depend on the solute and how many particles it forms upon dissolving, and on the nature of the solvent and the freezing/boiling point constant for that solvent.


Melting freezing and boiling are what kind of change?

Phase


What term describes the physical change of a solid to a liquid at the melting point?

Simple: a transformation from a solid to a liquid.


What are the following changes of state and explain how particles behave in each state?

The temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid is freezing point and when a solid is turned into a gas it is called sublimation. For a liquid to freeze the attractions between the particles must overcome their motion.So,Freezing; a liquid to a solid.Sublimation; when a solid becomes a gas.About Particles; they must overcome their motion


What do the terms ''boiling point'' and freezing point mean?

In physics, "boiling" and "freezing" points generally refer to the temperatre and pressure at which liquid water becomes a gas (the "boiling point"), or when liquid water becomes a soild (the "freezing" point). This can be extended to other compounds as well, although the terms "boiling" and "freezing" are not necessarily used. More correctly, we should describe phase transition points, the temperature and pressure where any compound undergoes a change from one state of matter (eg, solid --> liquid, or liquid --> gas, or gas --> plasma).

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How does the vibration of particles change as the temperature moves between freezing and boiling?

The vibration of particles increase with the temperature.


What effects do solutes have on a solvent's freezing and boiling boints?

The effect of a solute on the freezing point and boiling point of a solvent is related to what is known as the colligative property. Upon addition of the solute, the freezing point will be lowered, and the boiling point will be increased. The magnitude of the change will depend on the solute and how many particles it forms upon dissolving, and on the nature of the solvent and the freezing/boiling point constant for that solvent.


What physical change of is the opposite of boiling?

the opposite of boiling is freezing


Why are physical processes like freezing and boiling not chemical reaction?

Freezing and boiling do not change the chemistry in the process.


How does water change its state?

By freezing, melting or boiling.


What is of a physical change?

Freezing or boiling are physical changes.


Melting freezing and boiling are what kind of change?

Phase


Freezing boiling evaporation are examples of what?

physical change


What is an example of a change in state?

Boiling (or freezing) water (the change to steam or ice).


Does the amount of water change the boiling or freezing point of water?

No, quantity does not influence any temperature like boiling or freezing points of any substance.


What are the freezing and boiling points of water on the Fahrenheit scale?

32 freezing, 212 boiling - at sea level. Temps change as air pressure changes.


Is condensation forming a chemical change?

No, it is a physical change, like boiling, melting and freezing