Chemistry, asked by ashusaroha882, 16 days ago

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Why does the temperature of a substance
remain constant during its melting point or boiling point?​

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Answered by nehajess
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That is because when it reaches the boiling point or melting point , the substance starts changing into other state , for eg : water when reaches 100 C it starts melting ie changing it's state so the temperature at that moment remains constant .

That is because when it reaches the boiling point or melting point , the substance starts changing into other state , for eg : water when reaches 100 C it starts melting ie changing it's state so the temperature at that moment remains constant .Explanation:

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Answered by s02371joshuaprince47
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It is because substance makes use of latent heat of fusion to overcome force of attraction between particles of solid to change into liquid during melting and latent heat of vaporization to overcome force of attraction between particles of liquid to change into vapours during boiling.

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