anonymous
  • anonymous
When a substance freezes, what happens to the mass? The mass stays constant as it changes from a liquid to a solid. The mass increases as it changes from a liquid to a solid. The mass decreases as it changes from a liquid to a solid. There is no mass once the substance becomes a solid.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
he mass stays constant as it changes from a liquid to a solid.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
There is no mass once the substance becomes a solid. NONSENSE The mass stays constant as it changes from a liquid to a solid. CORRECT The mass decreases as it changes from a liquid to a solid. NONSENSE The mass increases as it changes from a liquid to a solid. NONSENSE Some common sense helps: when a substance freezes it changes state. The mass does not. When you freeze 100 gram water you get 100 gram ice.

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anonymous
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