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Freezing Point


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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.


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Name a solid that changes into a liquid not how it changes?

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What is the process called when water changes from solid to liquid?

The name for solid water is ice. It changes to a liquid when it melts.


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That would be the substances melting point, Since you do not name the substance I can`t give you a temperature.


Process name when liquid changes to solid?

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What is the phase change name of a solid to liquid?

When a substance changes from a solid to a liquid we call the change melting.


What is the name of the phase change for solid to liquid?

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Melting (solid gold to liquid gold, etc.) Dissolution (solid salt to water solution, etc.)


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What is the name for when a solid changes into a gas?

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Scientifically what is meant by freezing?

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