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When two blocks of ice are pressed together, they join to form one block because of: A. Heat production B. Increase in specific gravity C. Decrease in melting point of ice (due to pressure) D. Increase in melting point of ice (due to pressure)

When two blocks of ice are pressed together, they join to form one block because of:
A. Heat production
B. Increase in specific gravity
C. Decrease in melting point of ice (due to       pressure)
D. Increase in melting point of ice (due to         pressure)

Grade:12th pass

3 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
when you press two blocks of ice together the pressure lowers the melting point of the ice so a liquid interface forms. When the pressure is reduced the water freezes and the two blocks join
Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Dear student 
When they are pressed together little heat is generated due to pressure and of friction, which just melts the outer layers , when that is melted friction decreases and due to the low temp of both the ice cube the water just refreezes
RISHIKA
550 Points
11 months ago
The melting point of ice is lowered on increasing the pressureWhen two blocks of ice are pressed against each other, the pressure applied on the blocks of ice increases and the melting point increases. Thus the two blocks of ice fuse together.
 

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