The state of matter would be solid, because 25 degrees Celsius is "room Temp."
The answer is in the question Everything can be a solid, liquid or a gas. Below 114'C Iodine is solid, at 114'C it melts and becomes a liquid. Then at 184'C Iodine boils and becomes a gas, therefore above 184'C it is a gas. This is assuming that the pressure stays constant. Usually if you raise the pressure the boiling and melting point drop. For example at sea level water will boil at 100'C, on the summit of mount Everest (where the pressure is low) water will boil at 70'C. You can almost imagine the low pressure sucking the water into a gas, and the high pressure squashing it back into a liquid
Lava is molten rock that spews from an erupting volcano. It is extremely hot, reaching temperatures as high as 1,300 to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit (704 to 1093 degrees Celsius). In a volcanic eruption, lava is in liquid form. When it solidifies, it forms igneous rock. However, it can take quite a long time to cool, traveling great distances before becomes solid
32 degrees F is the triple point of water so that it can exist in all three of its phases: solid, liquid and vapour. The weight of water at that temperature will depend on the amount (volume) of water and on its phase.
A metal stays solid at Fahrenheit temperatures below 1647.3. Determine in terms of an inequality those Celsius temperatures for which the metal stays solid. Use the formula?
Water is a solid when it's 0 degrees Celsius or lower and a liquid at 0 degrees Celsius or higher and when it is 100 degrees Celsius it turns in to a gas
It is a liquid.
Nitrogen ice is solid. Liquid nitrogen is liquid. At standard temperature and pressure, nitrogen is gaseous.
It's a solid.
It depends on the solid. Solid ice turns to liquid water at 0 degrees Celsius. Solid Tungsten doesn't turn to liquid until it's over 3000 degrees Celsius.
Gold is a gas at 3000 degrees Celsius as its boiling point is 2808 degrees Celsius
Liquid Oxygen becomes liquid at -183.0 C and solid at −218.79 °C
Krypton melts at -157 degrees Celsius and therefore is a liquid. It boils at -153 degrees Celsius and becomes a gas.
solid, at 20 degrees celsius
Aluminium is a solid at this temeperature.
Water changes state from liquid to solid when it reaches a temperature of 0 degrees Celsius, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit. This is a simple example of changing from liquid to solid, or freezing.
it depends on the substance. water freezes at zero degrees Celsius, 32 degrees Fahrenheit.