How Does Ice Form?


Ice is formed when a liquid ( such as water or carbon dioxide), freezes. The freezing process occurs at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Generally, when ice is referred to, it will refer to water that becomes frozen. You can find more information here:
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You get ice when you have water the freezes to form ice. The temperature has to be below 30 degrees before water can freeze and become ice.
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