11.39 Name the phase transition in each of the following sit uations and indicate whether it is exothermic or endo- thermic: (a) When ice is heated, it turns to water. (b) Wet clothes dry on a warm summer day. (c) Frost appears on a window on a cold winter day. (d) Droplets of water appear on a cold glass of lemonade. oncition in each of the followine

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11.39 Name the phase transition in each of the following sit
uations and indicate whether it is exothermic or endo-
thermic: (a) When ice is heated, it turns to water. (b) Wet
clothes dry on a warm summer day. (c) Frost appears on a
window on a cold winter day. (d) Droplets of water appear
on a cold glass of lemonade.
oncition in each of the followine
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11.39 Name the phase transition in each of the following sit uations and indicate whether it is exothermic or endo- thermic: (a) When ice is heated, it turns to water. (b) Wet clothes dry on a warm summer day. (c) Frost appears on a window on a cold winter day. (d) Droplets of water appear on a cold glass of lemonade. oncition in each of the followine

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