For example, when water is frozen, the particles in it freeze close together. Thus, forming ice. When the particles in a liquid are thawed out, the particles spread out.
the particles in the liquid move so slowly that they begin to take on their fixed positions
These particles cannot freeze.
it turns into a solid
A LIQUID FREEZES TO SOLID
When a liquid freezes, the molecules bond to their neighboring molecules, to form a solid mass of attached molecules.
the volume will increase.
the particles are given more energy.
it freezes because it can dry up
The particles slow down.
If I am not wrong..this is what I learnt in chemistry. When a liquid is being frozen, the particles of that liquid will lose kinetic energy and slow down, causing them to move closer together. Thus, as the gaps between the particles decrease and the particles themselves get into a fixed position, it becomes a solid & the particles [only] vibrate in their fixed position. =D
As water freezes, the water particles begin to move more slowly. If water starts to melt or boil, the particles begin to move more quickly.
The temperature of the water becomes lower causing the atomic particles that makes up the water coheirs or come closer ,so the liquid becomes solid
When a solid melts to become liquid, or a liquid boils to become a gas, the arrangement of particles gets farther apart and less structured, and the motion of the molecules becomes more random and they move faster. The opposite happens when a gas condenses to become a liquid, or when a liquid freezes to become a solid.
it depends on wether you are freezing the liquid, or melting the liquid.
I think it freezes
It freezes and becomes an icicle
The particles are no longer fixed by the forces keeping it a liquid
These particles are transformed in gas.
It turns into a solid because of the loss of kinetic energy. The particles of the substance slow way down and barely move, other than vibrating in place.