Melting and Boiling Points
Mr. D. Smith January 16, 2014
In doing research for this project I found that both solids and liquids have a melting and a boiling point. Using water as an example, it can go from a liquid to a solid using these two points. As the in the molecules of the ice rise in temperature they start to move faster. This allows them to move freely and the matter becomes liquid. The melting point for water is 0 degrees C or 32 degrees F. The boiling point for water is 100 degrees C or 212 degrees F. This would be when a liquid like water becomes a gas or boiling. This change in state can happen quickly. I used Google images to find these two pictures and I went to www.encyclopedia.com and www.chemed.chem.purdue.edu for the information on melting and boiling points. I also used Tackk to create this project.