This process is known as themal expansion.
Every substance has their own boiling point.
It depends on what substance/object you're talking about, but ultimately you need to remove heat in order to lower the temperature.
Raise the pressure. It all depends on pressure.
This depends on the temperature.
This is the definition of the melting point of an element or substance. The melting point is when a solid begins to turn into a liquid. A substance also has a boiling point and freezing point.
depends of the substance
It depends on the type of matter and in the state of matter.1. With increase in temperature it becomes hot.2. With further increase if it in solid state it will change to a liquid state and finally to vapor state3. If it an organic matter it will set off bacterial decay.4. if the temperature excesses it may burn to be carbonizedInitially The particles in the substance vibrate quickly. this creates friction, which then heats up the substance. The substance also may expand by an insignificant amount, and the substance may become softer or more flowing.
It really depends on the substance.
It depends what
Thermal energy of a substance is determined by the movement of the molecules and the potential energy of the arrangement of molecules. Heat transfer will stop when thermal equilibrium is reached. It depends upon the substance how long that takes.
It depends at the rate of temperature increase
the possibility of a solid substance to melt depends on the bond present in the solid substance.at high temperature,most or some of the bonds present in the substance break,leading to vibration of the crystal lattice present in the substance,if the vibration within compound increase,there is a distortion and breaking down of the bonds present,making the solid substance attain a more stable state,that is in liquid form.
Temperature is a measure of the kinetic energy of the particles in a substance. Temperature in Kelvin is proportional to kinetic energy of particles. Heat on the other hand depends on the amount of substance present.
temperature is the average kinetic energy of a particle
In a closed system the pressure and temperature are direct proportional.
The speed at which light travels through a substance such as air depends on its density, which in turn depends in part on temperature.
The temperature at which something melts, what that is depends on substance in question.