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Q: What phase is water in at -20 degrees celsius?

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Water at -20 degrees Celsius; heat will expand matter, so at +40 degrees Celsius, water would have less density. * * * * * That would be true if there were no phase change. Unfortunately for the above answer, water freezes at 0 deg C and that phase change is accompanied by an expansion. As a result, water at 40 deg C is denser that water (ice) at -20 deg C.

Thorium is a solid at r.m.

20 degrees Celsius is a temperature or a temperature range on the Celsius scale, where 0 is the freezing point of water and 100 is the boiling point of water. If the air temperature is 20 degrees Celsius, the weather is cool but not cold. If a pot of water is raised in temperature by 20 degrees Celsius it is heated by a set amount. 20 degrees Celsius is the same as 68 degrees Fahrenheit.

20 degrees Celsius = 68 degrees Fahrenheit 30 degrees Celsius = 86 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Water at -20 degrees Celsius; heat will expand matter, so at +40 degrees Celsius, water would have less density. * * * * * That would be true if there were no phase change. Unfortunately for the above answer, water freezes at 0 deg C and that phase change is accompanied by an expansion. As a result, water at 40 deg C is denser that water (ice) at -20 deg C.

Water is a solid at -20 degrees Celsius

Thorium is a solid at r.m.

What is the density of water at 37 degrees Celsius?

20 degrees Celsius is a temperature or a temperature range on the Celsius scale, where 0 is the freezing point of water and 100 is the boiling point of water. If the air temperature is 20 degrees Celsius, the weather is cool but not cold. If a pot of water is raised in temperature by 20 degrees Celsius it is heated by a set amount. 20 degrees Celsius is the same as 68 degrees Fahrenheit.

It just remains as water. The freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius, while the freezing point is 100 degrees Celsius. Therefore at 20 degrees Celsius, there is no change in state and it just remains as water.

water will become colder

60 degrees Celsius is relatively hot. To get an idea of the Celsius system, consider that: 0 degrees Celsius is where water freezes 20-25 degrees Celsius is room temperature 37 degrees Celsius is body temperature 100 degrees Celsius is where water boils

20 degrees Celsius is colder

20 degrees Celsius = 68 degrees Fahrenheit 30 degrees Celsius = 86 degrees Fahrenheit.

Ice, solid.

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