Thermal energy removed - freezing, deposition
Thermal energy added - condensation, sublimation, evaporation, melting
Thermal energy added: sublimation, evaporation, melting
Thermal energy removed: condensation, freezing, deposition
Condensation is the process by which water vapor (gas) cools down and forms liquid water. This can be seen in nature when clouds are formed, and it rains. This process involves the loss of thermal energy.
Freezing is the process by which water is cooled from a liquid state, to a solid state. This occurs in nature at the polar regions where the temperatures are below 0 degrees Celsius.
Deposition is the process where a gas turns into a solid, without passing through a liquid phase. This can be seen when carbon dioxide gas is cooled, and it goes straight to a power (solid).
Sublimation is the process where a solid turns into a gas, without passing through a liquid phase. This process is the opposite of deposition, and it occurs when a lot of thermal energy is added to a substance.
Evaporation is the process of where single water molecules phase change to gaseous form when they gain energy, and naturally occurs.
Melting is a process of a solid, changing to a liquid. This requires an energy input.
The process of photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplasts, specifically using chlorophyll, the green pigment involved in photosynthesis. During photosynthesis light energy is converted into chemical energy.
Thermal energy is defined as the kinetic energy present within the particles of a substance.
A process in which energy is absorbed by the molecules of a substance is known as endothermic process. On the other hand, a process in which energy is released by the molecules of a substance is known as exothermic process.
Condensation : A process in which vapors change into liquid as bonds are formed and energy is released.
Freezing : A process in which liquid changes into solid as bonds are formed and energy is released.
Deposition : A process in which particles of a substance come closer to each other resulting in bond formation and release of energy.
Sublimation : A process in which solid state directly changes into gaseous state without undergoing liquid state is known as sublimation. In this process, bonds break and energy is absorbed by the solid particles.
Evaporation : A process in which liquid changes into gas as energy is absorbed leading to breakage bond.
Melting : A process in which solid changes into liquid as energy is absorbed leading to breakage bond.
Thus, we can conclude that given processes are sorted as follows.Thermal energy added : Sublimation, evaporation, and melting.Thermal energy released : condensation, freezing and deposition.
Thermal Energy Added: Sublimation, Evaporation, and Melting
Thermal Energy Removed: Condensation, Freezing, and Deposition