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Ice is a solid form of water that forms when water freezes at or below 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius). It is a common feature of winter weather and can be used for a variety of purposes, from cooling drinks to preserving food. In this article, we'll explore the properties of ice, how it forms, and some of its practical applications.

Properties of Ice

How Ice Forms

Ice forms when water molecules slow down and begin to stick together due to a drop in temperature. As the temperature continues to drop, the water molecules begin to form a crystalline structure, creating the solid form of water that we know as ice.

Applications of Ice

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