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As you play with this interactive, pay close attention to what is happening to the temperature of the water (is it changing or constant?) and what is happening to the water itself (is it changing from one phase to another or is it staying thge same?) Then answer the questions that follow.

temperature is increasing,ice remains ice (no phase change)

temperature is constant, ice is melting (phase change)

temperature is increasing, ice is melting (phase change)

temperature is constant, ice remains ice (no phase change)

What is happening in the highlighted part of the graph?

temperature is increasing,ice remains ice (no phase change)

temperature is constant, ice is melting (phase change)

temperature is increasing, ice is melting (phase change)

temperature is constant, ice remains ice (no phase change)

What is happening in the highlighted part of the graph?

temperature is increasing,water is boiling (no phase change)

temperature is constant, water is boiling (phase change)

temperature is increasing, water boiling (phase change)

temperature is constant, water is boiling (no phase change)

What is happening in the highlighted part of the graph?

temperature is increasing,water remains water (no phase change)

temperature is constant, water becomes steam (phase change)

temperature is increasing, water remains water(phase change)

temperature is constant, water becomes steam (no phase change)

What is happening in the highlighted part of the graph?

temperature is increasing,water remains water (no phase change)

temperature is constant, water becomes steam (phase change)

temperature is increasing, water remains water(phase change)

temperature is constant, water becomes steam (no phase change)

Is moving from left to right on the graph an endothermic or exothermic reaction, and why?

OR...we could do something like this-

Where is the point where water starts to boil?