If we take enough heat from a liquid, it will freeze, or go (turn to a) solid.
When heat is taken away from liquid water, the water will turn into ice.
It depends on what you are taking the heat from. If you take the heat away from a gas it becomes a liquid, which is called condensation. If you take heat away from a liquid it becomes a solid, and that is called freezing.
I would hardly call it "resist" but these changes are changes of state, and there has to be a heat transfer to or from the surroundings. This heat is called "latent heat". To go from liquid to solid (ice), heat has to be transferred away (by a wind for example). To go from liquid to gas (vapor, steam) heat has to be supplied (hot air, sun's radiation for example). These heat changes can take time.
When you heat a liquid and it changes phase it becomes a solid.
At the molecular level, there are three states of matter: Solid, liquid and gas. The molecules of a solid are extremely slow moving, the molecules of a liquid are slightly faster and the molecules of a gas are very fast. When you add heat, you are also adding energy(heat is energy) When molecules gain energy, they speed up and change state.when you take away heat, you are also taking energy.
Water changes to a solid, ice, when heat is taken away from it. You can think of putting water into the freezer. Since the freezer is cold, heat flows out of the water making it become ice cubes.
Heat comes out as the liquid changes into solid.
particles slow down and forms solid ice.
a warm liquid
when water gains or loses heat, it changes its state. When liquid water gains heat, it changes its state from liquid to gas. It becomes water vapor. When solid gains heat, it melts an changes its state from solid to liquid. When gas loses heat, it condenses into liquid. Gas, to liquid. When liquid loses heat, it becomes solid
Take enough heat from a container of water and it will undergo a change of state and become a solid.
When it vaporized with heat
Gas changes into a liquid during condensation.
1. a liquid changes to a solid. This process is called freezing, and involves the loss of heat.
When this happens,the liquid loses all its heat & becomes solid.
Heat is given out.
In that case, the liquid will give off heat energy.
u put heat to the solid and it melts into a liquid
A heated liquid will become a gas.
When a liquid substance is heated, it changes to a gas. Thus the opposite should happen when the substance becomes liquid again, i.e. when it is cooled it changes to liquid (it condenses). So as it condenses it cool down (which means it give away heat from its body). As heat is given up, during the process, it is an exothermic reaction.
AnswerHeat of vaporization.