|Aug28-12, 09:13 AM||#18|
Does ice melt linearly?
ok , umm
I am talking about concentration of water and ice molecules coexisting in ice water mixture , and their change in concentration when heat is provided(shifting of equilibrium) . Till no ice remains .
|Aug28-12, 09:40 AM||#19|
Agreed: In a well insulated container, concentration is an equilibrium. That's pretty different from what the OP was asking though.
|Aug28-12, 12:47 PM||#20|
I guess he asked about melting of ice .
So it is nothing but shifting of equilibrium towards more favorable product ie water .
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