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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It is generally called solidifying, but if it solidifies because of lower temperatures it is called freezing.
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Freezing occurs when a liquid becomes a solid. This change is
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Crystallization!
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The change of a liquid into a solid is called freezing. Melting is the change from solid to liquid.
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