Explain the Term Melting - Chemistry

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Explain the term melting

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Matter can change from solid to liquid to the gaseous state and back to solid-state. This is called a change of state of matter.

Melting — The process of conversion of a solid into liquid on heating.

e.g. Ice to water.

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