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Does salt make water freeze faster or slower?


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Answered 2012-09-05 11:13:42

Salt does not make water freeze slower. However, if it was ice, the salt would melt the ice.

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to make water freeze faster you put it some place that's colder.


Yes because lemonade has lemon and lemon makes a tart taste usually which will make it freeze slower unlike water which doesnt have any tartness in it so water will freeze faster then lemonade. please give me trust points.


Salt doesn't make water freeze faster or slower.Actually, it is not a question of faster or slower, but of the freezing point, or the temperature at which the water freezes. Salt added to water decreases the freezing point. So, on a day when the temperature reaches 32 degrees Fahrenheit, water with salt in it will simply not freeze (this is why fast or slow has nothing to do with it). The more salt, the lower the temperature must go in order for the water to freeze. This is true until the water reaches its saturation point (holds as much as salt as it can in solution), then adding more salt will not make a difference.


I do not know the answer but i think hot water will freeze faster than cold water. wizgirl says~ i do not believe that water will freeze faster. that does not make sense at all.


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its because tap water has diffrent liquids in it that make it freeze faster then pepper water.


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Colored water has dissolved compounds in the water, so according to the colligative properties, the water will freeze at a LOWER temperature than normal water. Thus, all things being equal, colored water will not freeze faster, but it will freeze slower than normal water.


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Salt because water especially hot water will make it freeze faster.


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I have no idea but wouldn't it make more sense for cool water to freeze faster than warm water because it is closer to freezing temperature. I will have to try it out because I am curious now x x x


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Adding salt to water will lower the freezing point, thus requiring the salt water to get colder before it will freeze - it thus takes longer to freeze because it takes additional time to cool from the normal freezing point on down to the new (colder) freezing point.




if it is a big pot it will cook slower if it isa small pot it will cook faster but it really depends on what temperature it is on