the most common example is iodine. it is a black solid but when heated it converts directly to a purple gas. i can never forget this fact because i accidentally dropped iodine sample on Bunsen burner while doing my chemistry practical in school.
The process in which a solid changes to gas is called sublimation.
chlorine can only change from a liquid to a gas-which is by the process of evapouration. it cannot be a soild
No. Solid iodine goes directly from a solid to a gas in a process called sublimation, which is a kind of phase change, which is a physical change.
Changing from a gas to a solid is called deposition.Since the opposite process... going from a solid to a gas... is sublimation, sometimes the gas-to-solid transition is called "desublimation."
A solid (like dry ice- solid carbon dioxide) turns directly to a gas, without being a liquid.
A solid changes directly into a gas in the process called sublimation. Refer to the related link for more information.
The PHASE change of solid TO gas is called Sublimation.
When solid is heated and melt then it will change into gas
Deposition, or desublimation, is the transition process directly from gas to solid.The reverse (the transition directly from solid to gas) is called sublimation.
When a substance goes from a gas to a solid it is called deposition.
Some substances can go straight from solid to gas phase by a process called sublimation. A gas going to a solid is a process known as Deposition.
The process of changing a solid directly to a gas skipping the liquid stage is called sublimation.
Iodine. Also, the process is called sublimation (phase change from solid --> gas)