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First of all what do you think should be the correct answer?
I think it would be the melting condensation and evaporating
but it could be solid liquid gas
I'm going with the solid liquid gas
would you agree?
@Abhisar :) r u there
I want your answer :)
I need you to explain me what do you think?
I'm going with the solid liquid gas http://www.felloweducators.com/brick/psc/images/psci_phase_change_key.gif
i found a similar diagram in my lesson..
ok, when the substance is in solid stage, we heat it. It's temperature increases proportional to te heat supplied for some time. When the temperature reaches at melting point it stops increasing because all the heat supplied is used to change the phase. This heat is called as latent heat. Similar thing happens when the substance reaches boiling point.
Thats makes sense, thanks much for your explanation :)
So, the first point in your graph is solid, then liquid and then gas.
Thanks again! I have two more questions. I just want to make sure..