The term sublimation is the transformation or conversion the substances undergo when they change from one state to another from for example from solid substance to a gas.
Examples for sublimation process
- Sublime snow and ice without melting during winter.
- Sulphur is sublimated into poisonous and suffocating gases between 25 degrees C and 50 degrees C.
Frozen foods are sublime, and inside the package you’ll find ice crystals.
Room fresheners, that are found in toilets sublime.
Moth balls sublime.
Dry ice sublimes.
Iodine, which sublimates from solid to poisonous purple gas at 100 degrees C.