The ice sublimates
Ice cube shrink when left in the freezer for a long time because of the process of sublimation. This occurs when a solid mass changes directly into gas
because of the particles and temperature your freezer is on
Water becomes ice cubes in a freezer.
This shrinking it the result of sublimation. The ice is transitioning directly from a solid to a gas.
The time required to freeze ice cubes depends on the size of the cubes and the temperature setting of the freezer.
Not if you want ice cubes.
Because your stupid.
A dragon that breathes ice cubes
they don't! because the temperature in a freezer keeps the ice cube solid.
coz the freezing point of water is 0 degrees celsius and the freezer is colder then that
They dont shirnk they expand
It took about 5 hours to get the 1st cubes
keep em in the freezer
It can be Frisian in the freezer in to ice cubes
Water changes to a solid, ice, when heat is taken away from it. You can think of putting water into the freezer. Since the freezer is cold, heat flows out of the water making it become ice cubes.
Ice cubes are affected by the freezer's anti-frost mechanism, which eliminates the need to defrost. This mechanism also 'defrosts' ice cubes.
A physical change.
common sense please.
NO. Freezing is a physical change.