Choose the correct answer from the following. The conversion of ice into water is an example of _____. (1) melting (2) freezing (3) condensation (4) sublimation.

Answer: (1) melting

The conversion of ice into water is an example of melting.

  • If you took out the ice cubes from the freezer and placed them in a warm room, the ice would absorb energy from the warmer air around them.
  • This absorbed energy would facilitate them to overcome the force of attraction holding them together, enabling them to slip out of the fixed position that they held as ice.
  • The process in which solids change to a liquid is called melting.
  • The melting point is the temperature at which solids change to a liquid.

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