During the phase change the temperature remains constant.
When a solid is heated at it's melting point it turns into a liquid
It heats up, until it reaches the melting point or sublimation point of the solid.
When the solid is heated up to the melting point. Each material has a specific melting point.
The intermolecular forces of attraction in the solid decreases as it is heated and the solid melts (solid converts to liquid) at its melting point.
During melting the temperature remain constant if it was achieved the melting point.
The melting point of sodium chloride is at 801 oC.
Melting: change of phase, from solid to liquid Melting point: the temperature that this change phase happens
Its called its melting point.
Nearly everything has a melting point, and caramels melting point happens to be below the temperature of our mouths.
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The science behind the melting chocolate is temperature change. When solids are heated to their melting point, they melt to form liquids.
The melting point will drop.
Nothing provided the salt is not heated to melting point.
Hey, what is the melting point temperature?OrHouston's weather is like the melting point temperature?
Sucrose will decompose (detoriate) when heated up at a temperature before it reaches melting point temperature.
It doesn't have a melting point as it is a thermosetting plastic, meaning it can be heated but it will not melt, instead the temperature will be raised until it burns. Hope this help :D
The melting point of brass is in the range 900-950 0C, depending on the composition.
Transitioning from solid to liquid is melting, and the temperature at which this happens is the melting point. Another name for the same temperature is the freezing point, which is transitioning from liquid to solid.
This temperature is called the melting point.The melting point is different for each substance.
The incipient melting point refers to how metal is heated. It is the point just before the metal reaches its melting point.
I don't understand your question, but melting is when something is heated to it's melting point (melting point is the same as freezing point).
That happens because any heat that is added to that melting material will be used to cause further melting, until there is nothing left to melt, at which point the added heat can raise the temperature. A solid melts at its melting point; it does not get hotter than the melting point without melting, that's why it is the melting point.
Magma forms where rock is heated to a temperature above its eutectic melting point.
Hello there. Cornstarch has a very high melting point so when heated it will not melt... and if it does it will be at a very high temperature over quite a period of time.An example of a low melting point is Candle Wax. A medium melting point would be Sugar (very slow melt).Hope this Helps :)DK
Melting point is a specific and unique temperature for a material; melting range is an interval of temperature.