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This is known as solidifying, or freezing.
it is simply melting process.
The process in which a liquid is turned to a solid is called "freezing".
In most cases it is considered melting.
The Three Principal are Soild, Liquid, and Gas
No, it is when a solid changes directly to a gas without the liquid stage in between
the fourth form of matter is plasma which is when matter is heated to a very high degree of heat.
chlorine can only change from a liquid to a gas-which is by the process of evapouration. it cannot be a soild
the lower mantle is a soild.
it is a liquid
When a soild goes straight to a gas without becoming a liquid in between
The six states of matter are: Bose-Einstein Condensates Soild Liquid Gas Plasma Fermionic Condenates
Toothpaste is a liquid.
Solid to Liquid, it is called liquefaction or to liquefy. Liquid to Solid, it is called solidification or to solidify.
Changing a chocolate from soild to liquid requires the absroption of energy.
A chair is usually solid, because matter usually exists in one of three states or phases: solid, liquid, or gas.
Plasma, Gas, Liquid, Solid, Super solid. As yet plasma and super soild are theoretical.