The Ice Stays Solid In The Cold Classroom. The ice cube is made of small partical's that can't be seen and the partical's are connected to each other with a chemical bond. But they still have small movement within the shape.
As the temperature rises, the ice starts to melt into a liquid. When it's in it's liquid form the particals are moving around easly and take the shape of their container. Also the particals are moving faster in the liquid form then the solid.
After it starts to evaporate the gas no longer holds a certain form. The particals no longer hold the gas together and are moving in a rapid motion.
As the tempiture raises to a boiling point the liquid starts to evaporate and turn into a gas.
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