What does a liquid become when you cool it and it changes phase?


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2016-03-09 12:10:00
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When you cool a liquid and it changes phase, it becomes a solid.

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Water is a liquid. If you cool water enough it will change phase or state to become ice. If you heat water enough it will change phase or state and become steam

Freezing is the process when liquid water changes into the ice.Evaporation is the process when Liquid water changes into water vapour. Condensation is the process when water vapour changes into cool form.

Any material we might imagine can be found as a gas (or even a plasma) if it has enough thermal energy. Cool it sufficiently to extract heat and it will become a liquid. Cool it even more and it will become a solid. Only helium will not become solid if we cool it as far as we can. Everything else we know of can be caused to change state and appear as a gas, liquid or solid. These are all physical changes (not chemical ones), and there are many examples we might cite that show this is true. If we consider water, it can be found as a gas or vapor, and by cooling it we'll get it condense into a liquid. Rain is water that has changed state from a gas to a liquid. Cool liquid water more and it will become the solid we know as ice.

The phase transition from a liquid to a solid is called freezing. We see this when we cool water, and the water will eventually freeze to become the familiar solid we call ice.other names for the phase transition are:Solidifying.Congealing.Crystallizing.Some substances polymerize and therefore go from a liquid state to a solid state (often under exothermic conditions - they get hot) an example is epoxy.

Whenever you have to cool something down, you are releasing heat, so I would say the changes Freezing and Condensation release heat. :)

A solid then the solid get cool enough and becomes a B.E.C. or Boise Einstien Concentrate.

Yes, with a liquid. Or if they cool enough to go into liquid phase. But they can certainly act as if they were in solution with each other ... so its mostly a question of definitions.

The kinetic energy of the particles decreases. If it decreases enough, the gas will condense into the liquid phase.

No, cooling a liquid will not make it lighter.

Oxygen changes to a gas when it reaches a boiling point. This is evaporation. Then it can change it back to a liquid by cool air. This is condensation.

If you sweat in an environment where the air is not already saturated with water, the water in your sweat can evaporate. In order to evaporate, it must absorb some energy to transition from liquid phase to gas phase. The source of that energy is most likely to be your skin - hence you cool down.

Everything, if you cool it enough. NEARLY everything follows that up by turning from a liquid into a solid when cooled even further. (The exceptions are left as an exercise for the reader.)

Many liquids freeze (turn solid).Some liquids have great changes in their viscosity as they cool, some do not.Liquid Helium is an exception, there is no solid phase of Helium at standard pressure.

When you heat up a liquid so it evaporates the it turns into a gas but if you cool gas the it becomes a liquid and when you cool a liquid it becomes a solid

It is because glucose absorbs the heat in the water for phase transition, i.e, transition from solid to liquid state. Hence water becomes cool and so does the glass.

hi the best way to keep liquid cool is by using a cool box . i hope you like my answer.

It is a physical change, a change in phase from liquid to gas (evaporation). The nitrogen is chemically the same at the lower liquid temperature, but has some different properties because of its ability to absorb heat. If you cool the nitrogen gas , it will turn liquid again.


If you cool a liquid enough to make it into a solid, It freezes.

increased: if you put a can of soda in the fridge you are keeping it cool so it does not become flat. therefore, you are increasing the temperature.

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