What Is the Change of a Liquid to a Solid Called?

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The phase change of a liquid into solid is refereed to as solidification or freezing. It happens when the temperature of the substance is lowered below its freezing point. The reverse phase change is referred to as melting.
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Either. solidification. or. freezing. can be used to describe the change from a liquid to a solid. You might tend to say the lava. solidified. into rock and the water. froze. into
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A liquid cooling into a solid is called freezing or in more scientific terms solidification.
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CHANGES OF STATE. change of state (or change of phase) of a substance describes the change of a substance from a solid to a liquid, liquid to a vapor (or gas) vapor to a liquid, liquid
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Melting.
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