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  • Solid to Liquid  (Melting)
  • Finally my ice is here!
  •       Liquid to Liquid      (still melting)
  • Where did my ice go!!!
  • Liquid to Gas (Evaporation)
  • I knew that
  • Sam  walked into the diner and ordered ice. After she waited 10 minutes she finally got her ice. George was in there before her and finally got his salad after 5 minutes.
  • Gas to Liquid (Condensation)
  • Hello ma'am my name is George, I am a teacher at a high school I can tell you why ice turns into liquid. It melts because of all of the energy in the room. The ice gets energized, which causes it to transform. 
  • Liquid to Solid (Freezing)
  • I'm sorry to interrupt but I just couldn't help overhear your conversation. Let me introduce myself, I'm Miss Flower. I'm a scientist at USC and I just wanted to let you know that is incorrect. Ice melts into liquid because thermal energy. The thermal energy that is absorbed causes the molecules to become more excited. The molecules in the solid begin to become less compact and more loosely attached. Instead of vibrating in places, the molecules will start to flow. This is how a solid changes to a liquid, in a process called melting. 
  • THE END
  • Now all of the molecules evaporated into the air and turned into a gas. The Temperature was increasing so the molecules started to move apart  so then it became a gas.All of molecules are everywhere and freely to move around each other.
  • Now where did my water just go.This is  weird.
  • They all went home getting each other number .Before the worker locked up she trued the ac on to 30 degrees .But the molecules started to condensation and turn right back into a liquid from the gas.So the molecules start to  The molecules in the liquid are passing with one another colliding time to time.
  • Now the temperature is -32 degrees.Now the liquid turns into a solid in this  process is called freezering. The movement of the molecules  start to become very attracted to one another. Instead of flowing passed one another like in a liquid or flying around freely like in  a gas they now vibrate in place. 
  • Im back guys
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