Today we are going to learn about the phase changes. We are going to start with solid to gas
the change of ice to water vapor is an example of a solid to gas change
Can anyone explain why does this change happen?
This is because of an endothermic which is a decrease in thermal energy that happens at 109.3 degrees Fahrenheit. In this change causes the particles to move faster
Good answer just remember that the phase change that is currently happening is sublimation
now we will learn about a solid to liquid change
unlike the ice from before this type of ice turns into water
but why does this happen? Can anyone explain?
The atoms in a solid have less energy than the atoms in a liquid. There is a specific temperature for every substance called the melting point. When a solid reaches its melting point it can turn into a liquid.