bruno102
  • bruno102
Check my answer? Which describes the temperature changes that would be observed as ice at −15 degrees Celsius is changed to water at zero degrees Celsius? steady increase in temperature from −15°C to 0°C with gradual change from ice to water gradual increase in temperature of ice from −15°C to 0°C, holding at 0°C as ice melts to water steady decrease in temperature from water at 0°C to ice at −15°C holding at −15°C as ice melts to liquid water and then gradual warming of water to 0°C
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bruno102
  • bruno102
I think it is B
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
Ya B sounds good
bruno102
  • bruno102
I thought it could be A though, you don't think it is a, do you?

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taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
It's A read that one to fast lol!!!! I'm a little tired so I kind of suck at reading things right now!
bruno102
  • bruno102
Ohh ok thank you!! Do you mind telling me why it is A? I am a bit confused with the question.

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