sientificaly it wold have to be, melted yogart cheese
It would be added thermal energy to break intermolecular attractions
No elements are added. Just thermal energy.
Thermal expansion occured.
For example, when heat energy (thermal energy) is added to a substance, either its temperature will increase, or it will change its state (as when ice is melted).
Usually its a bad a/c compressor bearing or idler pulley. Something is stopped and its melted the belt.
Well' it can be used to make coffee maybe ice wich can be melted and make water
The sodium formate is melted at 253 0C; after this temperature begin the thermal decomposition.
On Mount Saint Helens, the hot lava melted the snow and ice, and it caused surges of water that eroded and this mixed with loose rock debris. This created volcanic mudflows or lahars.
Someone melted a chocolate bar while working on a radar antenna.
If the tach wire shorted or melted.
It melted cause of greenhouse gasesCO2CLIMATE CHANGE
Beringia disappeared because the glaciers melted and made Beringia invisible.
Physical. Because it includes thermal changing. But not melted because of acid or other chemical substances.
Present perfect tense of melt:I have meltedWe have meltedYou have meltedHe/She/It has meltedThey have melted
Plastic is melted by applying thermal energy -- heat. Plastic "bits" are dumped into a hopper, and a screw type feed mechanism forces them through a heated section of the screw housing. Resistance heating elements are used, and they convert electricity to heat energy to melt the plastic. The temperature is controlled by electronics, and run appropriately for the type of plastic being melted. This melted plastic is then forced out the end into molds in a process called injection molding.
Yes, melted is an adjective--melted ice.
Thermal evaporation takes place in the following manner: The material to be evaporated is taken in a crucible (usually called as boat) and the material is melted by heating the system up to the melting point of that material ,the material evaporates and gets sticks on the substrate (usually glass)
Partially melted snow is........ partially melted snow!
Glacers over the land near Michigan and Ontario that Melted over time creating these massive lakes.
Melted Chocolate weighs as much as it did when it wasn't melted.
Salts can be melted by heating.
If you want to know what caused the Holbeck Hall to collapse it was a landslide caused by the heat cracking the clay, which was what the cliff was made of, and then the rainwater going in to the cracks and when the rainwater froze and then melted it caused the cracks to expand. The sea was also eroding the bottom of the cliff! I hope this helps!
no, if it is melted, it is igneous