Chemistry

# Which temperature water change to ice?

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32degrees Fahrenheit or zero degrees Celsius

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for example :ice can change the temperature of water

The change from ice to water is a physical change defined as melting, this reaction occurs when ice exceeds a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius.)

Because water and ice it is the same substance only in different phase and phase change happen at a fix temperature whether it is from ice to water or water to ice.

While actually converting to ice (at 0 degrees C or 32 degrees F), the temperature of water does not change. Once it is ice, the temperature can go down. Likewise, while converting to water(at 0 degrees C or 32 degrees F), the temperature of ice does not change. Once it is water, the temperature can go up.

You can you change liquid water into a solid (ice) by lowering its temperature. You can you change liquid water into a gas (water vapor) by raising its temperature.

Solid ice becomes liquid water due to the temperature rising above freezing point.

If you have ice in water the temperature of the water will not increases till all the ice has melted. The reasoning why this happens is to do with temperature equilibrium and is slightly complicated. Put simply it is that it cant increases the temperature as the ice will draw in the heat before it effects the water as the ice is colder.

It depends what temperature the ice is at. If the ice is below 0 &Acirc;&deg;Celsius, adding heat will increase the temperature until it reaches 0 &Acirc;&deg;Celsius and then it will change the state to water, and then the temperature will start to increase again once all the ice is converted to water.See the Web Links for a plot of heat input versus temperature as water changes from ice to water to steam.

Nope - ice and water both have the same chemical formula. The only change is with temperature.

If Ice cubes are melting in water, the temperature of both the ice cubes and the water will be exactly the freezing temperature of water: 32F, 0C. You cannot change this. You can add heat to make the ice cubes melt faster, but the extra heat will have no effect on the temperature, It will all go to melting the ice cubes.

The freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius.

Its the change in a temperature. If its cold water might freeze and make an ice cube.

Ice water has a lower temperature, but if you have plain water, and the ice water melts, it's likely that you'll have two glasses of water of the same temperature.

Yes, a temperature change without a chemical change is possible. A piece of ice can melt into water and then evaporate into water vapor. These changes are all physical changes, and there must be a change in temperature for them to occur.

When you add the heat of fusion (also called enthalpy of fusion) to ice at zero degrees centigrade, the energy involved serves to change the form of the material from ice to water, and it does not increase temperature. See link.

heat energy required to raise the temperature of ice by 29 celsius =specific heat capacity of ice * temperature change *mass of ice + to change 1kg of ice at 0 celsius to water at 0 celsius =specific latent of fusion of ice*mass of water + heat energy required to raise the temperature of water by 106 celsius =specific heat capacity of water * temperature change *mass of ice + to change 1kg of water at 106 celsius to steam at 106 celsius =specific latent of fusion of ice*mass of steam

A change of phase: from liquid water to solid water (ice), at the temperature of 0 0C.

Water changes to ice at 0 degree C.In this change,heat is released so as to gain the suitable temperature for freezing.While in case of ice changing into water,the water releases the chillness so as to be a liquid.So, ice at 273K is more effective than water at the same temperature.

A heat transfer is necessary to increase the temperature and to melt the ice.

The resulting (final) end temperature will be betweenthat of ice water and room temperature water.