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What are the 6 types of phase change?


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2013-05-10 00:11:55
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melting, vaporization, sublimation, condensation, freezing, and deposition are six types of changes in matter.

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The phase change of from a liquid to a gas is called vaporization. There are two types of vaporization, evaporation and boiling.

they represent two different types of phase change

Boiling - Endothermic Evaporation - Exothermic

Evaporation is not a phase change form i is a process by which phase change.

Phase change is a physical change, not a chemical change.

Melting is a phase change in which a substance changes from the solid state to the liquid state. Sublimation is a phase change in which a solid moves directly into the gas phase. Both melting and sublimation are two types of physical change.

single phase, double phase & three phase

A phase change is a physical change. It is not a chemical change.

Temperature can be used to recognize a phase change because during the phase change the temperature of the substance does not change.

yes deposition is a phase change

All phase change are reversible.

What is the phase change in evaporation

Change of phase is caused 99% of the time by a change in temperature or pressure.

A change in phase is a physical process.

It graphs the phase change of a particular substance.

Melting (Phase change from solid to liquid), Evaporation (phase change from liquid to vapor), and sublimation (phase change from solid to vapor).

The opposite phase change is condensation. Evaporation is the change in phase from liquid to gas. Condensation is the change in phase from gas to liquid.

This gas phase change is called vaporization.

Condensation is the phase change from gas to liquid.

This phase change is called evaporation.

An endothermic phase change is when the substance absorbs energy from its surroundings (melting, vaporization).In an exothermic phase change the substance releases energy to its surroundings (freezing, condensation)..

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