My mother told me to make space in the freezer, and told me to take out the ice cube.
Woah it is so hot in here. Im just gonna set this ice down, and go find a fan.
20 Minutes later
Woah I totally forgot that I left my ice out here to melt, but why did it melt so fast.
The process of Melting
Welp I better clean this up. Dang it, where did I put those napkins?
I think the ice melting has to do with the fact that the hot thermal temperature of the room transfers heat into the ice, causing the molecules within the ice to move faster, and the movement of the molecules creates heat energy as it begins to melt the ice. I recall this process being called"Melting."
Pedro must move the ice out of his freezer to make more space, because his mother told him to do so, but on his way outside he stops to get a fan, because the house he is in is so hot.
Where the water go?
Pedro is wondering why did his ice melt so fast after 20 minutes.
The Process of Evaporation
The heat of the room must have caused the molecules of the liquid that was left on the table to have moved more erratically. The more movement the molecules had between each other, there was more of a distribution into heat energy, and the energy began transferring among the molecules causing them to lose their attraction between one another. When the molecules gained enough energy into each other, they must have began to lose their attraction and overcome it , and when this happens the molecules go into the air like gas. This process called evaporation.
Pedro explains the process of melting, before he goes to recover napkins to clean up the water on the table.
Well I guess now I don't have to clean up my mess.
Pedro is shocked to see that there is no more water on the table.
Pedro explains the process of,"Evaporation."
Pedro is relieved that he doesn't have to clean up his mess.