Does water freeze faster than other liquids?
yes it does
why did orange juice, milk and diet coke (liquids with additives) freeze first before pure drinking water? I made sure all these liquids started freezing at equal temperature, before placing them in the -2 degree freezer. Wrong, water freezes before all of those liquids because there is more space between the molecules so the cold air can reach into the liquid faster.
No all liquids do not freeze at the same temperature because for example ,water ,water will freeze faster because it has less indgreidents and juice has more indredients so it might freeze 2nd.and if u have vinegar it will freeze last. dont listen to the first man/women they didnt give enough detail i mean no well ok we know that
The dishwashing liquid cannot freeze, only the water and other liquids that are solvents, which will solidify at a given temperature. However, water that contains solutes (other substances in solution) freezes at a lower temperature than pure water. The reason is most simply explained by saying that the molecules of other substances "get in the way" of water molecules that are trying to form ice crystals as they are cooled (usually by colder air).
Warm water will not freeze faster because it will first need to cool and then freeze. If you take a two samples of water and boil sample A, let it cool so that both sample A and B are at the same temperature and then put them in the freezer, the boiled water (sample A) will freeze faster. Also, if you have tap water and purified water, the purified will freeze faster.
Because water has a higher freezing point than the aqueous solutions, e.g. diet coke, milk, syrup, and juice as well as the non-aqueous e.g. liquid vegetable oil, you would expect it to freeze faster than any of those liquids because you would first have to cool the liquids down to their freezing points before they would start to freeze. There is a possibility that the vegetable oil would freeze faster under some conditions since its…