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Does the north sea freeze in the winter?
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because the ice on top of the water has little atoms stick to each other and sir gets grapes in side between the atoms which makes ice flot on top of the water and that preven…ts the water from freezing and also the water below is moving in rivers and oceans
it is because the sea contains salt and it naturaly lowers freezing point for the sea. Also it has factors of movement in it due the the fact the sea never stops moving.
Salt Marshes do not freeze during the winter.
In ponds, the water stays more still but in seas the water moves and does not freeze easily.
The freezing point of seawater is 28 degrees Fahrenheit. The average boiling point of seawater is 100 degrees Fahrenheit but it dependent on the salinity level in the wate…r.
First off you have to fill two cups up with water and fill them with sea salt, stir until the solution has merged into one. After doing this set one of the glasses into the …ffreezer, let the other way stay out in the open but make sure to seal off the top of the cup. Check regularly on your cup of salt water in the freezer until it is partially frozen. (Don't make the mistake of compeltly freezing or not freezing it enough) Finally take a bowl out and empty the glass full of ice and slush into a cheesecloth (a clothe with holes in it) Take the ice out of the cheese cloth, you can either wait until this melts or put it on the burner until it melts. Finalyl taste both the solution you didn;t freeze and the one you did, can you atste a difference?
They swim about slowly in a circle (sometimes with other aquatic birds) as a group which prevents (up to certain temperatures) the water around them from freezing. ----------…-- The blood flows throughout the body and helps maintain a steady temperature. So the ducks don't freeze to death or shrivel up and die.
yes groundwater freezes in winter.
The seawater does freeze. The freezing point of seawater depends upon it's salinity,which is the amount of salt that it contains. Open ocean seawater has a salinity of about 3…5. Fresh water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius and 35 water freezes at about -2 degrees C. The decrease is linear so that water with a salinity of 17 freezes at about -1 degree C. In the winter large tracts of polar seawater freeze to a considerable thickness.
Coconut oil has got some natural tendency to freeze at a low temp. So if it freezes in winter season, it confirms it purity. Coconut oil has the freezing point of 25.1 deg. C
This depends on several factors: Amount of salt (its not constant) and pressure (water depth). Generally on the surface, under normal conditions, water will start to freeze …at about 28 deg F or nearly -2 C. if there is many salt then it freezes at -10 degrees troll lolololol o lolololo
To answer this question, you have to account for many variables. Excluding morphology of the lake and generalizing behavior (as well as species of fish) it is possible for fis…h to die during a freeze. Still, there are many mechanisms that allow for fish to survive these common events. Most fish adjust behaviors, by vertically migrating to allow for the change in temperature or they may migrate from the lake. Other species produce anti-freeze proteins which alter the physiology of the fish. If you need a more in-depth answer, just message me.
because it gets colder than 32 degrees Fahrenheit and it goes to a liquid to a solid
The entire surface of a lake may certainly become frozen during the wintertime in some areas, but unless the lake in question is fairly small, it is unlikely for a lake to fre…eze completely beneath the surface. The sheer volume of water in a larger, deeper lake would make it very difficult, if not impossible.
Assuming a salinity of around 35 psu, the melting point is around -1.93oC.