Zero to One Hundred

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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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