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The volume of any solid, liquid, or gas will change with changes in temperature.

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A physical change. Changing H2O from a solid to a liquid or a liquid to gas does not cause any chemical change as in the end you still have H2O.

The change from gas to liquid is condensation. The change from liquid to solid is freezing or solidification. The change from solid to liquid is melting. The change from liquid to gas is vapourisation or boiling. The collective term that can apply to any one of these is a phase change.

No. Any change of state (solid to liquid, liquid to gas, etc.) is a physical change.

any increase in temperature will cause gas to occupy a larger volume, any decrease will shrink the volume to a point it becomes liquid. further decrease will cause a solid to form. at -273 degrees celsius everything is solid

Any material which has a definite shape and volume is solid, any material which occupies a definite volume but has indefinite shape is liquid and any material which you feel by one of any five senses but can not identify its shape and volume is a gas, look around...

Any liquid can be changed into solid, if you can manage to expose it topressure that is high enough and temperature that is low enough.

Any substance can change to a solid, if it gets cold enough.

Volume is represented by how much space a solid, liquid, or gas takes up. Liquids can take the shape of any container they are put in. However, unlike a gas, they have a given volume.

the change of a liquid to a solid is freezing point and the change of a solid to a liquid is a melting pointFreezing... If you have any other questions just think of water. It freezes to ice, or a solid. Condenses to gas. And ice would melt to water.

as density is equal to mass per unit volume. for any substance, volume does not remain same in its three(solid, liquid and gas) state. so density vary when volume changes for different states of a substance

(Any unit of mass) divided by (any unit of volume)describes the density of any substance, whether solid, liquid, or gas.

There are four states of matter that are seen by scientists as fundamental which are solid, liquid, gas and plasma. A solid element has the characteristics of being resistant to any kind of change to its volume and shape and has a rigid structure. Amongst the many kinds of solid elements there are metals, minerals, ceramics.

You try, water is known as ice in its solid form. Never had any ice?

it is used to meaure different liquids and you can also find out the volume of any liquid or solid

The outer core of the earth, composed primarily of iron and nickel, remains liquid because pressure at those respective depths is not sufficient to prevent a phase change from solid to liquid. The inner core remains solid because pressure at those depths prevents any expansion in volume, which is necessary for a substance to be in a liquid state.

The units for the volume if you are measuring any liquid or solid is metre^3/cm^3 as density = mass/volume. The units for mass is grams

The temperature at which any substance at solid state will change to liquid state.

Any temperature difference; they are synonyms. But traditionally: - freezing is used to name the change from a liquid to a solid phase - melting is used to name the change from a solid to a liquid phase

Any change of state where something is condensing. So from a gas to a liquid or from a liquid to a solid. Also sublimation

CHANGES OF STATE change of state (or change of phase) of a substance describes the change of a substance from a solid to a liquid, liquid to a vapor (or gas), vapor to a liquid, liquid to a solid, solid to vapor, or vapor to a solid. In meteorology you are concerned primarily with the change of state of water in the air. Water is present in the atmosphere in any or all of the three states (solid, liquid, and vapor) and changes back and forth from one state to another. The mere presence of water is important, but the change of state of that water in the air is significant because it directly affects the weather. The solid state of water is in the form of ice or ice crystals. The liquid state of water is in the form of raindrops, clouds, and fogs. The vapor state of water is in the form of unseen gases (water vapor) in the air

When a substance is below the triple point, the equilibrium will be between solid and vapor rather than solid/liquid or liquid/vapor. Sublimation is the direct change from solid to vapor without any intermediate phase change. The latent heat of sublimation is the energy required to change a given quantity of solid into the vapor at equilibrium. It is analogous to (but not the same as) latent heat of melting (energy required to melt the solid to liquid) and latent heat of vaporization (energy required to change a liquid into a gas).

Any solid can be placed in a liquid. If the solid is less dense then it will float. If it is not soluble and its melting temperature is higher than the temperature of the liquid it will remain solid and not become part of a mixture. any solid can be converted into liquid except those which becomes sublimed.

Yes (liquids tend to expand a bit when heated up), but if you maintain the same amount of liquid, no matter what container, then the volume will not change.

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