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  • Why is my ice cream melting?
  • Ice Cream Shoppe
  • Good question!
  • Ice Cream Shoppe
  • Oh no.
  • Why is your ice cream melting it was fine a minute ago?
  • Alright kids, time to go.
  • Ice Cream Shoppe
  • Okay.
  • Ice cream melts because, the molecules(a group of atoms bonded together) in the ice cream absorb energy from the sun making it melt.
  • Hey, mom? I forgot to ask but how come my melted ice cream disappeared?
  • The faster the ice cream melts the quicker its turning into a liquid because, ice cream has a lower melting point in heat than in room temperature.
  • Mom, do you think I could eat melted ice cream if I re-froze it?
  • Later...
  • Awwww. Even if I can't can it still be turned back into ice cream?
  • What happened was when the ice cream melt the larger ice crystals that made up the ice cream turned into smaller ice crystals and then evaporated.
  • If you melted ice cream and then re-froze it before it evaporated you could eat it again. It wouldn't taste that good though....
  • Probably not.
  • If you do decide to re-frezze ice cream how it would happen is that, after you freeze it again it wouldn't taste good because solid ice cream has a different cell structure than melted ice cream so when it changes structures when it melts and then you freeze it again the structure get all weird.
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