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ek container mein ice hai jab hum uske upar pressure lagayenge usse zyada ice form hogi melt kar jayegi.......

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Dear Rishav,

If you are applying pressure at constant volume consition accoring to PV= NRT the ice should melt because of rise in temperature

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