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  • one year ago

What is the change that occurs when a substance changes from a gas to a liquid? Melting Boiling Evaporation Condensation

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  1. anonymous
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    evaporation!!!

  2. anonymous
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    what does condesation means? ;-;

  3. anonymous
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    Look it up lol or better yet think about the water cycle

  4. anonymous
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    what are the 4 steps and where does condensation come in to play?

  5. anonymous
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    Bruh ;-;

  6. anonymous
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    Liquid to gas is evaporation btw

  7. anonymous
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    so we are talking in terms of vice versa

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    O_O

  9. anonymous
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    Oh . yeah . now i see it ;-; I thought the question said liquid to gas

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    O.o

  11. anonymous
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    nah lol its cool <3

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    AWE xD <3

  13. anonymous
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    Or you could use process of elimination

  14. anonymous
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    its condensing?

  15. anonymous
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    right?

  16. anonymous
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    Melting- Ice to water Boiling- Water to Gas Evaporation- Water to Basically Gas

  17. anonymous
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    Condensation is then the only one left

  18. anonymous
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    YAYAYAYAY >:D

  19. anonymous
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    -Pokes her cheeks.- Dork.

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