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Ice is a cooler version of water.

Water turns into ice when it cools down to zero degrees Celsius (or 32 degrees Fahrenheit). So, we can say that “ice is a cooler version of water” :D. Ice often forms on lakes, rivers, and the ocean in winters. It occurs in different forms such as frost, snow, sleet, and hail.


When the temperature of the water gets close to the freezing point (i.e. zero degrees celsius), water molecules begin to expand. In a small space, these expanding molecules can create a lot of pressure. This is why when water freezes in a crack in a rock, the ice can eventually break the rock apart (using the pressure of expanding molecules). Thus, it plays a very important role in the process of weathering.

Also Read: What is Soil? How is it formed?

So, now you know why we can say that ice is a cooler version of water. That is all for now and meet you in my next article. Keep Reading, Keep Exploring, and Keep Sharing your Knowledge and above all BE CURIOUS. 😉


What is Eutrophication? What are its Causes & Effects?

With the use of high–yielding varieties of crops, the use of fertilizers and pesticides has increased a lot. Excess fertilizers may mix with surface water and may get drained into water bodies (surface runoff). These fertilizers overstimulate the growth of algae, causing eutrophication, and robbing the water of dissolved oxygen vital to other aquatic life. During the past century, lakes in many parts of the earth have been severely eutrophied by sewage and agricultural and industrial wastes. Continue reading What is Eutrophication? What are its Causes & Effects?