How Does the Thermal Energy of Solid Water Change as It Melts?

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When ice melts, it changes from a solid to a liquid. However, in order to do this, the heat of the surrounding area must go somewhere. It goes into the cube by equilibrium methods, and sufficiently heats up the cube until it melts. Thus, the thermal energy of 'solid water' increases as it melts.
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The thermal energy of the water increases as it melts, changing from a solid (ice) to liquid water. For a solid to melt, it is necessary for it to absorb energy from its surroundings
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Thermal energy stays constant. The temperature stays
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Such a detailed question , but yet you can't even spell the word DOES right.
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Instead of raising or lowering the temperature of the substance, it is absorbed by the substance in its phase transitions. This is known as the latent heat of melting or the latent
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