What Is the Temperature of Ice?

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The temperature of ice is zero degrees Celsius. Ice is formed when water is cooled to temperatures below 0 ° C at standard atmospheric pressure into the solid state that is ice. Ice is formed due to the cooling of water which involves the removal of photon particles from the nucleus of oxygen and hydrogen atoms.
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The temperature of ice varies depending on the temperature of its location. However, 32 degrees is considered the temperature at which water will freeze.
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