Talk:Cooling curve

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This article desperately needs to be merged into some other article about phase changes. I'm just not sure what article it should be merged into. The phase transition article is a mess and so it doesn't appear to belong there. Donno where else it should go. I hope someone who knows this little nook of wikipedia sees this and can make a comment. Thanks CoolMike 00:57, 2 August 2007 (UTC)

Inappropriate tone[edit]

The second and third paragraphs are written with "we...", as if a teacher were writing to a student in second person. This is not standard on Wikipedia. The article should be rewritten to the standard 3rd-person tone, e.g. "When water is heated..." instead of "When we heat water...". Shalom (HelloPeace) 01:11, 30 October 2007 (UTC)

I tried to clean it up a bit. I think the tone is better but if someone wants to re-edit what I did by all means go ahead. Chuy1530 (talk) 14:15, 25 June 2008 (UTC)