The water in this fountain is a great example of a liquid. When a solid melts, the particles increase in movement When ice melts, it becomes a liquid again. Any object can melt at the right temperature
Dry ice melting is an amazing example of sublimation. Dry ice is frozen Carbon Dioxide (CO2), and when it melts, it returns back to a gaseous state.
There are 2 types of vaporization, boiling and evaporation. In this case, the water is boiling. In evaporation, only the surface is vaporized. In boiling, the liquid is vaporized from bottom to top.
Rain is one of the most universal example of condensation. Water droplets in clouds release once the water vapor cools and condenses.
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