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Describe, on both a microscopic and a macroscopic basis, what happens to a sample of water as it is cooled from room temperture to 5 0   ° C below its normal freezing point.

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Interpretation:

What happens when liquid water is cooled from room temperature to 500C below its melting point must be explained from both microscopic and macroscopic basis?

Concept Introduction:

Water freezes at 00C.

Explanation

When temperature is gradually decreasing from room temperature then after sometime the temperature of water reaches at 00C and starts freezing. Then the temperature is going down more to 500C. Then the ice becomes very cold as compared to ice at 00C

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