Condensation is the change in matter of a substance to a denser phase, such as a gas (or vapor) to a liquid. Condensation commonly occurs when a vapor is cooled to a liquid, but can also occur if a vapor is compressed (i.e., pressure on it increased) into a liquid, or undergoes a combination of cooling and compression. It is often helpful to allow iced tea to cool to room temperature before refrigerating it to prevent the formation of condensates, which may give the tea a cloudy appearance, and a chalky taste. Warm tea may be poured over ice to chill it (if filtered water is used, the tea may not cloud at all, and flavor is usually unaffected), but prolonged storage in a refrigerator may still render the tea cloudy in any conditions.
ICED coffee.Hmm.I think you just put ice in the coffee.
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put the ice in boiling water and wait.
Put your toe in the ice, and turn around it
The ice cubes will melt and turn into liquid
no, because it will melt and if you put it in the freezer it will turn to ice and not snow!
depends on what makes it cloudy, if it is cloudy from the tap , run it again. if it is cloudy due to too much steriliser in the water then yes. if it is cloudy and you dont know why, clen the tank and put bottled water in the tank to be sure.
To turn water into ice simply fill a cup with water use a lighter and light the end of the straw put it into the cup for 5 seconds if you had the correct timing the entire thing will turn into ice
Put your skates firmly on the ice and turn to the side.
Put an ice cube in a microwave, turn it on, and watch carefully