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The temperature at which matter changes from a liquid to a solid is its freezing point.

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As matter changes from solid to liquid (in other words when solid matter melts) the temperature remains constant. After all the solid has melted, the temperature of the matter may begin to rise again if the environment is warmer than the melting point of the solid.


Melting point :- When solid changes to liquidFreezing point :- When liquid changes to solid.Remember that both the temperatures are same





The temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a solid is the freezing/melting temperature.



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When matter changes from a liquid to a solid the change of state is called "freezing." When it changes from solid to liquid it is called "melting".


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When a liquid is very hot it turns to gas. When a solid is very hot it turns to liquid.


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What's the temperature at which this happens when changes to a solid to a liquid


These changes of state are: solid to liquid, liquid to gas, gas to liquid, liquid to solid, solid to gas, gas to solid. The majority of substances have these state of matter changes.


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The different types of matter are solid, liquid and gas. Which are states of matter. All of these can change by the temperature. Solid can change to liquid by heat. Liquid can change to gas by heat and evaporating. Liquid can change to solid by freezing. Gas, however, can't change into anything.