Answer to Question #22470 in Physical Chemistry for Melody
(a) ice is a solid while water is a liquid at room temperature and pressure.Explain what account for difference between these two states .
In ice atoms and molecules are held together in rigid bonds and in the water atoms and molecules still bound together, but bonds are not rigid and individual particles can and do move around.Solid ice cube molecules are close together with little vibration and liquid water molecules are spread farther out with more movement.
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