Freezing and Condensation

Freezing and Condensation

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  • Intoduction
  • Dang it I totally forgot that I left my water bottle in the fridge.
  • Frozen
  • Now my water is completely Frozen.
  • Freezing Explained
  • The cold temperature of the Freezer must have caused the liquid in my bottle to become a sold. When water becomes a solid, the water molecules slowly separate themselves from each other, as they begin to overcome their attractions between one anther, and arrange themselves in fixed positions that the stay in, while they are a solid .This process is called" Freezing."
  • Pedro forgot that he had left his water bottle in the Freezer.
  • Water again
  • I guess I better leave the bottle here so It could thaw
  • The Water in Perwater bottle is completely frozen.
  • Condensation explained
  • I think that the Water molecules from the air made contact with the cold water bottle and transferred some of the energy within them onto the surrounding of the bottle. The molecules with energy transferred into the molecules surrounding the bottle and began to slow down enough that their attractions and motion overcame each other and the molecules around the bottle were able to hold themselves together as a liquid. That's why there is water surrounding my bottle. This process is called condensation.
  • Pedro explains why his water became frozen through a process called ,"Freezing."
  • Conclusion
  • Well at least I can still drink some water.
  • Pedro leaves his water to thaw on the table, and comes back surprised to see that water is surrounding the bottle.
  • Pedro explains the process of Condensation, which is when a gas turns into a liquid.
  • Pedro can now drink his water.
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