  LEARNATHON
III

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Theory:

The process of changing a substance from one physical state to another at a definite temperature is known as a change of state.
At room temperature, for example, water molecules are in a liquid state. When water is heated to $$100$$ degrees Celsius, it turns into steam, a gaseous state of matter. When the temperature of the steam is reduced, it reverts to water. If we lower the temperature to $$0°C$$, it turns into ice, which is a solid-state of water. When ice melts, it reverts to water. As a result, when the temperature changes, water changes its state. There are various such processes in the matter's change of state. Change of state of matter

Melting-Freezing:

Melting or fusion is the process of converting a solid into a liquid by absorbing heat. The melting point is the temperature at which a solid transforms into a liquid. Freezing is the polar opposite of melting. Freezing is the process of converting a liquid to a solid by releasing heat. The freezing point is the temperature at which a liquid transforms into a solid. Melting and boiling occur at $$0°C$$ in the case of water.

Boiling-Condensation:
The process in which a liquid is converted to vapour by absorbing heat is called boiling or vaporization.
The temperature at which a liquid changes its state to gas is called the boiling point. The process in which vapour is converted to a liquid by releasing heat is called condensation. Condensation point is the temperature at which a gas changes from a gas to a liquid. Water has a boiling point of $$100°C$$ and a condensation point of $$100°C$$.

Sublimation:

Dry ice, iodine, frozen carbon dioxide, and naphthalene balls are examples of solids that change from solid to the gaseous state without becoming liquid.
Sublimation is the process of transforming a solid into a gaseous state.
Various stages of heat-induced state conversion with corresponding temperature changes.