When we add ice to water it becomes cold. Explain.

When ice is added to the water, the water becomes cold because there is heat exchange taking place between the molecules of water and ice cubes. The molecules of water can be considered to hotter than the molecules of the ice and that’s why there is an exchange of heat. As the ice starts to melt, the molecules water provide the heat that is required for this to happen. This process is known as heat latent heat of fusion.

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