How Does Ice Melt?

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It is a hot day outside and you decided to get a nice cup of lemonade with ice in it. You will notice that the longer the ice is in the glass it begins to melt. This is because liquids freeze at 0 degrees Celsius. When ice is exposed to a temperature above 0 degrees it begins to melt.
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1 Additional Answer
Ice like all things have a melting point. Some things have a high melting point like steel or rocks. On the other hand ice has a low melting point witch is the temperature in which a item or element melts into a liquid.
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