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Yes. A substance freezes and melts at the same temperature, depending on whether energy is being added or removed from the system.
The temperature of freezing and melting is the same. It depends on whether heat is being taken away (freezing) or added (melting).
freezing temperature of different fuelsEthane- a fraction of natural gas- freezing temperature of -181.76 Â°C (89.34 K)Diesel- used in diesel engines- freezing temperature of -181.76 Â°C (89.34 K) although anti-freeze is usually added so it can be used in cold climatesGasoline/petrol- used as fuel in internal combustion chambers and is the most common fuel for cars- freezing temperature variablecba with the rest of this, somebody else finish it off please
remains constant From Rafaelrz. When a simple closed system does work and no heat is added, the temperature of the system will drop. This is because the work is done at the expense of his internal energy, which is thermal energy.
Possible destruction of the system (the freezing point of the water is under the freezing point of the antifreeze agent).
The freezing point of any solvent is lowered when a solute is added.
They are the reverse of each other.While something is melting or freezing the temperature does not change until one or other end state is achieved, even though energy is being added or removed from the system.
When heat is added to a system, the temperature increases, unless there is a phase change taking place. In that case, temperature remains the same, and the only observable difference is the phase change.
Lower than normal freezing, so instead of 32°f it might be 25°f.
Because when baking soda is added to water the chemicals react as a freezing component causing the temperature to decrease by 1-5 degrees
The normal freezing temperature for pure water is 0c. Howeverif sugar is added in the pure water, the freezing point will be lower than zero. How far below zero will depend on the sugar concentration in the water.
The freezing point of pure water when salt is added to it is lowered.
Because salt melts at a higher temperature than anything else there
A solute added to water decreases the freezing point.
When adding a solute to a solvent, the freezing point decreases and is also known as freezing-point depression. Hence when naphthalene is added to camphor the freezing point decreases.
A decrease in temperature of WHAT? An endothermic reaction is one in which heat is ADDED to the system so the temperature of the system will INCREASE. This will result in a DECREASE in the temperature of the surroundings.
The freezing point is lowered.
the critical solution temperature for phenol water system increases
it is added to prevent freezing of gasoline
adding additives to water does effect the freezing point of water. When NaCl is added, it can effect it. Because the outside temperature isn't cold enough to keep the ice frozen inside.
The temperature at which nucleation will occur is lower. Translation: The freezing/melting point of the system is decreased because of the interference of the salt ions. The salt ions become interposed between the water molecules, making it more difficult for them to nucleate (aggregate or freeze) to form crystals.
Heat of reaction.
the freezing point will decrease
The freezing point will decrease.
No, freezing is a result of losing thermal energy (heat).