Well, since it is so cold, the water molecules kind of push together, and the liquid becomes a solid, and, also because of the cold, the ice turns out cold. P.S I am in fifth grade.
No ice can turn to water and water can turn to ice
No, salt water is not able to turn to ice.
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Water don't turn instantly into ice; this depends on the temperature.
place ice in a snow/winter biome, then it will turn to ice.
It is water in it's solid state, Ice.
water turns to ice by being frozen
the ice can melt and turn to water, or sublimation can occur and the ice turn to water vapor.
Since the water is at a higher temperature than the ice, it transfers heat to the ice. This in turn raises the ice's temperature above its melting point of 32oF which turns the ice to water.
If the water is cold enough it will turn into ice.
Dry ice, i.e. solid carbon dioxide, can turn into gas directly via sublimation. Ice from water can turn into gas by first turning into liquid water.
the water will turn into ice
Answeryes, you can turn ice into water and water into ice
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
ice is water. its just that the molecules of water slow down the vibrations that are moving and they turn into a solid, and what you get is Ice
when water turns into ice the atoms stops shilvering, the water gets solid.
Yes Ice can turn into water
Ice turns into water when a room temperature is low (Warm, hot) . The ice melts and the and turns into water (In other words, 'Liquid'.) , and carrying on from that, the water evaporates and turns into 'Gas'.
from water to ice its' called freezing.
put the ice in boiling water and wait.
It is so cold that water can turn to ice.
Sure. Ice can turn ito water and then into water vapour, a gas.