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Zero to One Hundred (Degrees Celsius) By: Leah Ortiz March 19th, 2018
Hi! I'm little Oval! Today I am teaching my friend Timmy about phase changes!
This is Timmy! Timmy is a nICE guy. He has been having some problems though lately...with heat.
It's very hot in here
That is okay Timmy! You're just going through changes. This is completely normal for your state. You're melting!
Woah! How does that work?
As the temperature and heat energy in something increases, so does the movement of molecules and atoms. Depending on how high the temperature gets, this can cause a phase change.
The melting point of water is 0 degrees celsius and the boiling point is 100 degrees celsius. When there is a phase change occuring, the temperature stays the same until after the matter is in a different state.
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