Why does ice emit steam?

We make ice by storing water. The process of ice formation from water begins when the temperature rises downward. That is cold increases. One feels it even when touched by hand and science sources also say that snow is cold. The question is when the ice is cold, why does it evaporate like hot water?

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Ice is a hard form of water and its temperature is zero degrees Celsius. When it comes in contact with the atmosphere, then the surrounding temperature is affected by the high temperature and the outer part of the ice starts melting. This feeling is nothing but an aqueous wasp. Like we can see direct evidence of evaporation while boiling water in our kitchen. Gradually, that condensed vapors spread to the surrounding atmospheric places and are also invisible. But the cloud is condensate form of vapor.

For conversion from first zero degrees ice (hard state) to zero degree water (liquid state), 80 calories of energy per gram of ice are required. This is called a latent hit of ice. Even the cold zero degrees of water have to reduce 80 calories of energy to convert it into hard ice.

It is not limited only to snow. Most people feel that the melting of ice or evaporation from a reservoir at a zero degree temperature cannot happen, but this is not true. Water can also form aqueous vapor at zero temperature.