How Is Ice Formed?


Ice is formed when water reaches its freezing point. As the temperature lowers the molecules that make up water slow down and stop moving when waters freezing point is reached.
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Ice, typically composed of water or H2O, is formed from the water freezing. At temperatures below 0 degrees Celsius, water hardens and turns into this clear or opaque substance.
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