vaporization, conversion of a substance from the liquid or solid phase into the gaseous (vapour) phase. If conditions allow the formation of vapour bubbles within a liquid, the vaporization process is called boiling.
Boiling is the process by which a liquid turns into a vapor when it is heated to its boiling point. The change from a liquid phase to a gaseous phase occurs when the vapor pressure of the liquid is equal to the atmospheric pressure exerted on the liquid.
boiling, the cooking of food by immersion in water that has been heated to near its boiling point (212 °F [100 °C] at sea level; at higher altitudes water boils at lower temperatures, the decrease in boiling temperature being approximately one degree Celsius for each 1,000 feet [300 metres]).
Boiling is the process by which a liquid turns into a vapor when it is heated to its boiling point. In this process, bubbles are formed. It is faster than the process of evaporation. It occurs at a definite temperature (boiling point).
Boiling point is the temperature of a liquid at which its vapour pressure becomes equal to the atmospheric pressure.
Boiling point : The constant temperature at which a liquid starts changing into gas is called boiling point. Example : boiling point of water is 100°C.
Boiling point is temperature at which the vapour pressure of a substance becomes equal to the atmospheric pressure.
- At the boiling point a liquid is converted to a vapour. Hence boiling point can be defined as the temperature at which the atmospheric pressure of the liquid's environment becomes equal to vapour pressure of the liquid.
The boiling point is defined as the temperature at which a liquid's saturated vapour pressure equals the atmospheric pressure surrounding it. The boiling point for any material is the temperature point at which the material transforms into the gas phase in the liquid phase.
freezing point, temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid. As with the melting point, increased pressure usually raises the freezing point. The freezing point is lower than the melting point in the case of mixtures and for certain organic compounds such as fats.
The freezing process means that the water in the milk, 95% forms big chunky ice crystals and they don't want to have the proteins and the fat in them. The proteins and the fat get squeezed out of the mixture. They tend to form around this central core of ice. So because you see all the fat in one place it looks yellow.
Melting and freezing refer to the changes in state which occur when the solid and liquid states interchange. Melting occurs when a solid is heated and turns to a liquid and freezing occurs when a liquid is cooled and turns to a solid.
Different liquids freeze at different temperatures. Water will freeze faster than liquids with salt or sugar in them. Some liquids freeze faster than others because of viscosity, or thickness of the liquid.
Magma and lava solidify in much the same way that water freezes. When magma or lava cools down enough, it solidi- fies, or "freezes," to form igneous rock.
Honey can be frozen. It will remain liquid when it thaws out. To reliquify crystallized honey, heat it in a pan of warm water, microwave it, (keep temperatures under 110 degrees) or put it on the dashboard of your car on a hot day & watch it go liquid again!
Ocean water freezes just like freshwater, but at lower temperatures. Fresh water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit but seawater freezes at about 28.4 degrees Fahrenheit , because of the salt in it. When seawater freezes, however, the ice contains very little salt because only the water part freezes.
Ocean salt primarily comes from rocks on land and openings in the seafloor. Salt in the ocean comes from two sources: runoff from the land and openings in the seafloor. Rocks on land are the major source of salts dissolved in seawater. Rainwater that falls on land is slightly acidic, so it erodes rocks.
Can you drink melted sea ice? New ice is usually very salty because it contains concentrated droplets called brine that are trapped in pockets between the ice crystals, and so it would not make good drinking water.
Do all of the oceans have the same amount of salt? Each ocean has a different salt content and each ocean is not uniformly salty - rather different areas and seas have higher or lower salt levels. On average, saltwater contains 35 grams of salt per kilogram, according to Scripps Institution of Oceanography.