at what tempature does ice melt into water


  1. Answer:

    0 °C.


    The melting point of ice (or the freezing point of water) is 0 °C, assuming the ice does not have any impurities whatsoever. The presence of impurities will cause the melting point to be a bit lower than 0 °C.

    The scale of Celcius degrees makes it so that water freezes at 0 °C and boils at 100 °C.

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