How come it takes longer for something that has been in the freezer to melt?
The freezer is kept colder than the fridge. Mine says recommended temp for freezer is 0°F and 37°F for fridge.
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Answer . It shouldn't! Your freezer is too warm! It should be set below 0 Â°C (32 Â°F) and therefore snow should not melt inside of it.
It should not, if it is the freezer is not working properly and should be checked.
What takes longer to melt ice or freeze water?
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Assuming a constant temperature, for each, and needing at least 212 deg.F to boil water, and since, 32 deg. is freezing, 90 being mid point. The time to go from 32 to 90, woul…d be shorter than from 90 to 212. 58 deg. change, as opposed to a 122 deg. change. Provided the same energy is used for both thawing, and boiling.
You might turn off the freezer.
ehhh, freezers freeze. The freezer temperature is not low (cold) enough.
The reason that melting ice usually happens faster than boiling water is because water is one of the few things that stays hard even though it is really close to its melting p…oint (32 degrees Fahrenheit) freezers usually stay around 0 to 20 degrees so it only has to raise around 10 degrees to start melting. However when it comes to boiling water you usually star around room temperature ( around 75 degrees) and have to go all the way up to the boiling point (212 degrees).
its a physical changes the particles in the ice cream do not move cause its a liquid
ice, cold compress, frozen vegetables, steak
No. Carbonated will melt in a shorter time than water. Carbonated drinks have dissolved carbonic acid in them, which will lower the freezing point. (This is similar to how a…dding salt to ice makes it melt at a lower temperature.) So, if two solutions are frozen at the same temperature and then thawed at the same temperature, the carbonated drink will melt first.
It depends on the temperature of the ice melting and water freezing.
The reason why it takes sand to melt ice longer than salt does, is because salt draws or absorbs the moisture in the ice faster than sand that just has a rough texture. Yes, t…here is salt particles in sand but not as much as normal salt by itself.
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because substances boil at a higher temperature than when it melts.therefore, boiling takes more energy than melting and more energytakes more time.
The speed of both melting and evaporation depends upon the substance in question (you are probably thinking about water) and the temperature at which these phase changes are t…aking place. My own observation is that melting is usually faster than evaporation.
When ice is left outside the freezer, it absorbs the heat out of the air. As long as the air, surface, or liquid in question is warmer than the ice, the ice will eventually me…lt. That is how ice works in a drink. The drink transfers its heat to the ice, and as the ice absorbs the heat, it melts. Ice is like potential energy, but in reverse.