Its not a homework, i got curious about it. You didn't understand my question. It is basically.....for example: you can make two liquid water droplets join but not two small ice pieces. liquid will attract other water droplets but doesn't happen for ice.
I have always thought about this and ended up getting confused. Lets say you take ice and break it to two pieces, if you want to make it one piece again you can't unless u melt it then freeze it again. I would like to understand why does changing it to liquid enables us to reform the bondings. I want to know what happens between the bondings and atoms ( deep explanation ) Thanks