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Have you ever seen ice turn into water? This is a phase change. Phase changes happen when substances change from solid to liquid, or gas to liquid. In this blog post we will discuss the different types of phase changes and how they are used in our everyday life. Phase Changes: a phase change is when a substance changes from solid to liquid, or gas to liquid. Some common examples of this are ice changing into water and steam changing into water vapor. The type of phase change depends on the amount of energy that is available in order for it to happen – usually an increase in temperature will cause these types of changes. Phase changes can be used as coolants (like refrigerators) and insulation like Styrofoam. __ Different Types of Phase Changes: There are three different types of phase changes, but only two varieties can naturally happen. These include solid to liquid and gas to liquid. The third type is a kind that cannot happen on its own – the conversion between solids and liquids. When materials change from one state into another they have energy which is released in various ways like heat or light (depending on the material). __ How Are They Used? In our everyday life we use these phases as insulation for houses, refrigerators, glass bottles, Styrofoam cups and other items where temperature matters such as thermometers! If this were not done then things would be more expensive because it takes more energy to produce what we need when there


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