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When you heat a liquid and it changes phase it becomes a solid.

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Gaseous matter can become liquid and if more heat is lost liquids become solid.


Phase changes requiring the addition of heat energy are the phase changes from solid to liquid, liquid to gas, and solid to gas. These phase changes are termed melting (solid to liquid), evaporation (liquid to gas), and sublimation (solid to gas).


Gas to liquid, liquid to solid, gas to solid are all exothermic phase changes. They release heat.


When you heat a liquid, it normally raises the rate of evaporation. The liquid, thus, becomes it's gas form.


The four main phase changes are... • Melting from solid to liquid • Evaporating from liquid to gas • freezing liquid to solid • condensation gas to liquid The first three obviously need heat! Not condensation though c:


Heat is being used to drive the change of phase, so until all the liquid has become gas (no more phase change is happening) the temperature cannot rise.


The 3 types of endothermic phase changes are the movement from solid to liquid, the movement from liquid to gas, and the movement form gas to plasma. Endothermic is the absorbing of heat.


The 3 types of endothermic phase changes are the movement from solid to liquid, the movement from liquid to gas, and the movement form gas to plasma. Endothermic is the absorbing of heat.


The 3 types of endothermic phase changes are the movement from solid to liquid, the movement from liquid to gas, and the movement form gas to plasma. Endothermic is the absorbing of heat.


There are 3 phases a substance can have. Solid, liquid, gas. If you heat a solid, when it becomes a liquid it has changed phases. If you heat a liquid, when it become gas (i.e. boils) it has changed phase.


When a substance changes from a liquid to a solid it releases energy. (You take the heat out)


They change phase. For example, upon absorbing heat, a solid can become liquid, and a liquid and become a gas. Vice versa when releasing heat.


There are several phases of change that occurs when heat is applied, this is also known as a change of state. Heat changes the bond between molecules and either changes the state from a solid to a liquid (fusion), liquid to solid (freezing), gas to liquid (condensation), liquid to gas (vaporization), solid to gas (sublimation), or gas to solid (deposition).


when solid changes to a liquid is energy released because whenever we heat the solid it become hot and change into the liquid.


it is what powers the whole water cycle. When water changes phase, ie ice/water or water/steam, there is latent heat involved. Extra heat has to be supplied to convert ice to liquid water, or to evaporate liquid water, and this latent heat is released in the opposite phase change.


freezing,the water loses heat to the environment, becoming cooler it then changes from a liquid to a solid - a phase change.



The latent heat (heat absorbed or released when matter changes to another state) needed to change 1 gram of a substance from the solid phase to the liquid phase withiut changing it's temperature.


I would say that an object's thermal energy depends on four factors: its mass, its temperature, its heat capacity, and any phase changes, for example from solid to liquid.I would say that an object's thermal energy depends on four factors: its mass, its temperature, its heat capacity, and any phase changes, for example from solid to liquid.I would say that an object's thermal energy depends on four factors: its mass, its temperature, its heat capacity, and any phase changes, for example from solid to liquid.I would say that an object's thermal energy depends on four factors: its mass, its temperature, its heat capacity, and any phase changes, for example from solid to liquid.


Adding or removing energy in the form of heat causes the phase change. The amount of heat to be added or removed is called latent heat. It changes the state of a substance without changing it's temperature. There are two types of latent heat. The latent heat of fusion, and the latent heat of vaporization. The latent heat of fusion must be added to change phase from solid to liquid, and removed to change from liquid to solid. The first change is endothermic and the second change is exothermic. The latent heat of vaporization must be added to change phase from liquid to vapor, and removed to change from vapor to liquid. Again the first change is endothermic and the second change is exothermic.



The potential energy of a substance decreases when it changes into a liquid. This is because it's losing the heat energy it had when in gas form to become liquid.


The phase change from gas to liquid is called condensation. When matter changes state like this, it loses kinetic energy, thus it gives off heat.


Heat comes out as the liquid changes into solid.



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