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Why does ice evaporate in the freezer?


Ice actually does not evaporate in cold temperatures but rather undergoes a process called sumblimation. When ice exists in very cold and dry conditions it can go from a solid directly to a gas without entering the liquid phase. This is called sumblimation

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