What happens at the particle level when you put ice cubes in the glass of room-temperature lemonade?

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  1. Particles start to gain energy from the lemonade, so eventually they become a liquid.

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  2. Particles start to gain energy from the lemonade.

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  3. Particles obtain energy from the lemonade, so they end up becoming a liquid.

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  4. Thanks so much Maria, Anonymous, and kay!

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