They are solid to liquid, solid to gas, liquid to solid, liquid
to gas, gas to solid and gas to liquid.
The names of the six phase changes are freezing, melting, sublimation, deposition, condensation, and evaporation. These phase changes are physical changes.
The six phase transitions in chemistry are melting, freezing, evaporating, condensing, sublimation, and deposition. These phase transitions are used to refer to how an element changes from one state to another.
melting, freezing, vaporization, condensation, sublimation, and deposition
my answer is freezing melting boiling evaporation vapoization condensation and deposition
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phase changes are always physical changes
Phase changes are physical processes.
The melting phase changes are Solid~Liquid~Gas and the freezing phase changes are Gas~Liquid~Solid
Phase changes are accompanied with optical contrast and therefore the feasibility of phase.
phase changes occur because it depends on the tempature and if the phase didn't change then all the phases would be the same if there wasn't phase changes
melting, vaporization, sublimation, condensation, freezing, and deposition are six types of changes in matter.
2 phase changes that are exothermic are condensing and freezing.
When you heat a liquid and it changes phase it becomes a solid.
When you cool a liquid and it changes phase, it becomes a solid.
Because it changes its form.