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the chemical composition does not change.

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The composition of ice is H2O, and once it melts to water, its composition is ... H2O! So, no, the composition does not change.


No. Ice does not change composition when it melts. There is no color change or any other change. It is still H2O. Ice is solid. When it melts, it becomes liquid. No chemical change.


The melting of ice is a physical not, not a chemical change. You can tell this because the chemical composition of ice and water are exactly the same, i.e. they are both H2O. Only the physical property has changed since one is a solid and one is a liquid.





Rather than melts, dry ice evaporates. This process is called sublimation and happens at a slower rate than the melting of water ice.


As ice melts, its framework collapses and it becomes more dense as it turns to liquid water.


The chemical composition of water remain unchanged.


Ice cream melts when you boil it.


It is a physical change. There is no chemical reaction whatsoever.


No. It is water before it melts and it is water after it melts, so melting water is a physical thing, not chemical.


Melting is the transformation of a solid in a liquid.Evaporation is the transformation of a liquid in a gas.The chemical formula of water, ice, vapors is identical.


It melts and turns into liquid


The water loses heat and the ice melts.


Ice shrinks, just a bit, when it melts. The water produced from melted ice has a slightly smaller volume than the ice had before it melted.


A chemical change occurs when ice absorbs energy and melts. Because energy is absorbed to cause the reaction, ice is termed endothermic.


the ice melts and the vagina gets wet of course



Ice cream at room temperature melts.


Water freezes. Ice melts.


Water freezes. Ice melts.


You get watery coffee. That's it.


you will have 100g of liquid water!


The chemical composition remains the same whether it is frozen water or liquid water the only change is in its physical state, so it is a physical change.



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