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Melting point of a solid is defined as the temperature at which a solid changes into a liquid melting point of a solid indicates the strength of the force of attraction between the particles of the solid on heating a solid, it's molecules absorb energy in the form of heat and their kinetic energy increases.
a) cooling is produced during melting
c. a pure solid melts at some higher temperature than its melting point.
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Because once melting starts, temperature goes above 0 C° they do not wait until the ice has melted.
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melting is an endothermic reaction
It is due to.latent heat
(a) cooling is produced during melting