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15 August, 04:16

What happens to the Atoms when water turns ice

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  1. 15 August, 04:32
    Molecules are moving because they have energy. As the liquid cools down, the amount of energy is reduced and the molecules start to move slower. When the water temperature reaches around 0°C, the molecules stick together and form a solid - ice. Even in this solid stage, the molecules are still moving - we just can't see it.
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