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
your answer is:
le-chatliers principle is also calls chatliers principle or "the equilibrium law" can be used to predict the effect of a change in conditions on some chemicals.
the principle is named after "henry louis le chatelier" and sometimes "karl ferdinand braun" who discovered it independently.
therefore, it can be stated as:
when any system at equilibrium for a long period of time is subjected to change in concentration, temperature, volume or pressure, the system changes and change partly counteracts the applied change.
35/ms is the answer of your question