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onsider a sample of ice being heated from ° C at + ° C . Describe on both a macroscopic and a microscopic basis what happens to the ice as the temperature reaches 0   ° C .

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

When a piece of ice is heated from 5oC to +5oC then the microscopic and macroscopic changes must be described when the temperature reaches 00C.

Concept Introduction:

00C is the melting point of ice.

Explanation

When the ice sample is heated from 5oC to +5oC then gradually intermolecular force decreases and intermolecular distance increases

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