the freezing point of water is 0℃
so both are same
Water(H₂O) is a compound of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Water,like every liquid has its own distinctive boiling and freezing points. Boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which it starts boiling ,i.e changing its state by absorbing heat . Freezing is all same but it releases heat.
The boiling point of pure water is 100° Celcius or 212° Fahreinheit . At this point,the molecules start to break free of each other as they vibrate vigorously.They change their state from liquid to steam.
The freezing point of water is 0°C or 32° F..At this point,the molecules come closer to each other and they change their state from liquid to solid.
melting point of ice is = 0 degree Celsius
but freezing point of water is below 0 degree Celsius
No, the boiling point of water is 0° while the freezing point of water is 100°
they are not same
freezing point of water is 0 degree celsius
while water doesnt have a melting point
but ice do
yes ice has melting point point of 0°c and freezing point of water is also 0°c
Yes, melting point of ice and freezing pount of water is the same. Both of them freeze and malt at 0°C or 273K.
melting point of ice =0 degree Celsius
freezing point of water =0 degree celsius
soo you see
potassium is a reactive metal . hence it can't be kept in water nor in contact with air . if it id kept then the pottasium will catch fire. but also notice the reactivity series we see that copper lies after hydrogen means it is the least reactive when compared to potassium aka the most reactive metal in the reactivity series . hence copper doesn't react with cold water
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