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Answer to Question #25645 in Physical Chemistry for jeremy

Question #25645
when one water molecule is fused with another water molecule, what does it become
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The process when one water molecule is fused with another water molecule is the process called ice forming. But in this case much more water molecules are involved. Crystal lattice can not be formed from just two molecules. So when one water molecule is fused with another water molecule, it becomes ice.

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