Ice cube

Ice cube

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  • Hello and today ,for my experiment, I'm going to look at how Leroy the ice cube melts
  • Leroy The Ice Cube
  • hello
  • A solid is composed of neat ordered particles that are all touching as not to leave any gaps
  • •The ice cube is a solid . In a solid , particles are in a closely compact yet neat order and are all touching. They're all vibrating around a fixed point.
  • we're buzzing with energy
  • As the air temperature is warmer than the freezer ice particles gain heat energy from the warmer air and use it to break up.
  • Oh no!!
  • Ah, so much more room to vibrate
  • As the ice cube starts to break up, the particles are still all touching but they are no longer ordered or compact and can move more freely as particles can slide past each other.
  • So now the ice cube is water. It has shaped to fit the cup and is now still gaining heat energy
  • Splosh!
  • Ice cube no more !
  • If enough heat was applied, the water would evaporate and turn into water vapour . Water vapour particles don't touch, are very spread out and are moving quickly. When it has lost energy, it will condense and turn back into water
  • The End!!!
  • Free as a bird... if only.
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