CondensationCondensation is the process by which water vapor changes to liquid.
Every substance has their own boiling point.
water is the substance
when a substance exists as a liquid or solid under ordinary conditions its gaseous phase is called a vapor
Melting: the substance changes back from the solid to the liquid. Condensation: the substance changes from a gas to a liquid. Vaporization: the substance changes from a liquid to a gas. Sublimation: the substance changes directly from a solid to a gas without going through the liquid phase.
Yes, all of them.
From solid to liquid, from liquid to gaseous, from gaseous to liquid, from liquid to solid, and in sublimation from solid to gaseous or the reverse, chemical properties do not change.
When water changes from a gas to a liquid it is still called water, but I don't think that was your question. The process of changing water, or any substance for that matter, from it gaseous state to it liquid state is called condensation,
The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which it changes from liquid state to gaseous or vapor state.
The process of transforming a substance from a solid state to a liquid state is celled melting. The process of transforming a substance from a liquid state into a gaseous state is called vaporization.
In evaporation, a liquid such as water changes to a gaseous state. In sublimation, a solid such as ice changes driectly to a gas or vapor without going through a liquid state.
its not melt
LIQUDIFCATION!!!!!!!! Change of phase; the process is called melting.