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    Lightbulb

    if one were to change 32 degree ice to a vapor, what is the term used to describe this?

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    right now I call it brain freeze, only because I know the answer but my brain won't let it out.
    illiterates untie!!!!!

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    change in state

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    Originally posted by joe2003
    if one were to change 32 degree ice to a vapor, what is the term used to describe this?
    A potential sevice call.

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    very funny everyone, but i still haven't seen an answer. LOL

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    Change of state is correct, but to be more specific it would first melt which would change it to a liquid, then evaporate which would change it to a vapor.

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    Looking for sublimation?
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    Originally posted by markwolf
    Looking for sublimation?
    I think we have a winner.

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    Talking Dry ICE

    Originally posted by joe2003
    if one were to change 32 degree ice to a vapor, what is the term used to describe this?
    Melting & Boiling

    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu...rmo/phase.html


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    Lightbulb Condense

    Yes, would be to Condense.

    Change/transfure
    Deffussional growth/sublimation
    Electrodynamic levitation
    Ice Nucleation

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    sublimation was the term i was looking for. Thank you

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