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What happens to the average kinetic energy of water molecules as water freezes? A. It increases as the water absorbs energy from its surroundings. B. It decreases as the water releases energy
to its surroundings. C. It decreases as the water absorbs energy from its surroundings. D. It increases as the water releases energy to its surroundings.
What happens to the average kinetic energy of water molecules as water freezes? D. It increases as the water releases energy to its surroundings.
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