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Industrial ice cream makers make it frozen much faster than household freezers. They freeze faster and ice cream is disturbed to take out heat and to keep the emulsion well dispersed. As result, frozen water based emulsion droplets are very small. When melted and standing, emulsion slowly separates either and oily phases. She put in household freezer, it is ...


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Of course heating a gas increases the speed of the molecules. But the speed and the existence of the gas molecules do not depend exclusively on the temperature. The mass and the interatomic forces have a greater importance. First, light molecules are easier to put in the gas state than heavy molecules. That is why : the lightest molecule $\ce{H2}$ is a gas ...


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Interactions between molecules determine whether something is a gas, solid or liquid not just temperature You have missed an important component of why some things are gases and others are liquids. While, in general, the hotter things are the more the molecules are spread out and the faster they will move, the specific reason why some things are liquids and ...


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The pH of acidic solutions does not change much with increasing temperature. The pH of basic solutions does change more significantly with increasing temperature. Ex. : The pH of $0.05$ M Potassium tetroxalate is $1.67$ at $0$°C to $1.81$ at $95$°C The pH of $0.05$ M potassium hydrogenophtalate is $4.012$ at $0$°C and $4.23$ at $95$°C. The pH of pure water ...


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