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Is there any diference between ice and water at 0 dgree centigrat temparatyre?

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Asked by pranesh lahiri, 06 Oct '10 09:51 am
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The most common phase transition to ice It occurs when liquid water is cooled below 0C (273.15K, 32F) at standard atmospheric pressure. It can also deposit from vapour with no intervening liquid phase, such as in the formation of frost.
Answered by ANURADHA PATHAKJ, 06 Oct '10 09:57 am

 
  
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Yes,,, volumes for weight r different
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 06 Oct '10 09:56 am

 
  
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For wter its freezing point
for ice its melting point
Answered by anushka desai, 06 Oct '10 09:52 am

 
  
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