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Describe what happens at the particle level and what happens to a liquid's temperature when it reaches the liquid's heat of fusion.

Is it possible for the ice in your freezer to be below 0 degrees celsius? explain.

When does ice in your freezer reach equilibrium?

I don't get any of these.

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