In order for a substance to change from a liquid to a gas, energy must be input
The time to change phase from solid to liquid to gas is entirely dependent on the energy input. At a great enough input of energy the change can be almost instantaneous. Also, the change depends on the substance that is being changed from solid to liquid to gas.
An avalanche effect is a property of cipher systems in which a small change in the input results in a large change in the output.
Is called melting and reauires an input in energy.
Phase state: The liquid water is becoming vapor, from input of heat.
A; An integrator will integrate or slowly change as a rapid input is applied. Differentiate will have just the opposite effect
Evaporation, at a rate proportional to heat input and temperature specific to the fluid to a maximum set by the pressure.
Yes. Transitions of 'state' from the solid, to liquid, to the gaseous require the input of heat energy to the system.
1 cm = 0.01m. so it means multiply your input with 0.01 to get cm into m.
An input that does not change over time.
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