Freezing

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Thermodynamics

matter phasesFreezing is a physical change of a substance from a liquid phase to a solid phase. As the internal energy is being removed and the temperature drop below the freezing point, the atoms or molecules stop moving around and create a solid bond.

There are four phases of matter: gas, liquid, plasma, and solid.


 

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