A gas plus a liquid is.......I have no idea thats why I am asking you guys!!
The equation soild plus gas equals a liquid
H2O(l) --> H2O(g) + heatshows the process of freezing.
H2CN2 + heat --> N2 + CH2
Provide it with heat, either from the environment or a heat source.
Add heat and you get combustion.
To change a liquid into solid at constant temperature, an amount of heat is released equal to the latent heat of that liquid. For water it is about 80 calories per gram.
I WOULD SAY IT DEPENDS ON THE MASS OF EACH. If equal mass of all then it would be the gas to gas due to convection as the major transfer of heat.
If the solid is made of ice, then it will melt. But if you have enough heat, you can make the solid item melt.
heat doesnt travel from a solid to a liquid. a solid is heated up and turned into a liquid.
It must absorb heat equivalent to its specific latent heat (Kilojoules per kilogram).
a solid melts (and the liquid remains at the temperature of the solid).
With water been about to absorb heat water is a major plus for industries. It can go in your cars radiator for cooling the heat of the water also helps regulate the air changing temperature.
When this happens,the liquid loses all its heat & becomes solid.