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temperature at which a solid turns into a liquid melting point
can result from removing or adding thermal energy change of state
the change of state from a gas to a liquid condensation
temp. where a liquid turns into a solid freezing point
the process of ________ is the opposite of evaporation condensation
the average kinetic energy of the particles in a substance is measured by the substance's __________ sublimination
it rained yesterday but due to _________ it is all gone now vaporization
______ is different from temperature because it includes total potential and kinetic energy thermal energy
______ results when a gas turns directly into a solid deposition
evaporation and boiling result in ____- of a liquid vaporization
stored energy resulting from the interactions between particles and objects potential energy
the energy of an object in motion kinetic energy
change in state from a liquid to a gas vaporization
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