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When water is cooled to a temperature x, it gets converted into ice at temperature x by a process called P. And when ice at temperature x is warmed, it gets reconverted into water at the same temperature x in a process called Q.(a) What is the value of temperature x in Kelvin?(b) What is the process P known as?(c) What is the name of energy released during process P?(d) What is the process Q known as?(e) What is the name of energy absorbed during process Q?
(a) The temperature X in the kelvin scale is 273K.
(b) The name of the process P is freezing.
(c) The energy required is known as Latent heat of freezing.
(d) The process Q is known as Melting.
(e) The energy required is known as Latent heat of fusion.
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