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Water freezes at 0 Celisus. If a temperature drop is causing a glass of water to freeze, how would a thermometer in the water most likely change as the water freezes?
A. The temperature would keep rising steadily.
B. The temperature would keep falling steadily.
C. The temperature would fall to 0 celisus and stay there until all the water froze.
D. The temperature would not change or would change unpredictably

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asked by Anne
  1. What do you think? Assume the water is in a freezer well below freezing, say at -23C. Your teacher should have told you that.

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    posted by bobpursley
  2. is it b

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    posted by Anne
  3. Absolutely not. While freezing, energy is being absorbed to arrange molecules, and it cannot get colder until all the molecules are aligned as a solid matrix. It takes time.

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    posted by bobpursley
  4. is it c

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    posted by Anne
  5. yes.

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  6. thank you

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    posted by Brianna
  7. suck !@#$%^&

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    posted by jack

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