The temperature of sodium chloride is not important in this case; salt is added to lower the freezing point of the mixture and to give consistency to the ice cream.
Yes, sodium chloride is very soluble.
What is the volume of 35.7g of sodium chloride in 100cm3 of cold water?
Sodium chloride has a rare dihydrate, obtained from cold solutions - NaCl.2H2O.
Sodium chloride is also soluble in boiling water.
After heating ammonium chloride is sublimated and collected on a cold surface.
Technically it's still cold, but not enough to freeze to be icecream.
Because stone cold said so
Sodium Chloride when added to water helps reduce the freezing temperature of water, meaning that water will stay liquid at temperatures below it's actual freezing point of 0 degrees Celsius. Similarly, when sodium chloride is added to ice, the temperature of the mixture reduces rapidly and helps keep things cooler and ice creams are best when they're cold :) Hope this helps.
marshmallows are mostly air. air doesn't freeze solid it just gets cold and thin.
it will freeze because Pluto is too far away and too cold to eat the ice cream. plus what flavor is the ice cream
ehhh, freezers freeze. The freezer temperature is not low (cold) enough.
Like most (but not all !) salts they are more soluble in hot than in cold water.
Salt water does not freeze completely when the temperature drops below 0 degrees. However, it does reach that point, and since it is a liquid, it is a direct application of the cold to the ice cream. I you only apply cold air to the ice cream, it takes longer to freeze, which results in large ice chunks in your ice cream.
the ice cream might be in a place that doesn't get alot of cold air. it depends on the type of ice cream you might be checking on it too early
Iodine is well known to sublime (change from solid to gas without becoming liquid inbetween) when heated. However sodium chloride has a melting point much higher than that of iodine. Therefore, a mixture of iodine and sodium chloride can be separated by using a sublimation apparatus, with solid iodine collected by condensation on a cold surface.
No. Freezing is when you take something that is in the liquid or vapor phase and turn it into a solid. Your stomach is already solid, so it is impossible to freeze your stomach. You can make your stomach very cold though, and if you eat something that is cold enough it might even cause ice crystals to form where they don't belong, causing cellular damage. Technically, portions of your stomach are liquid, so they can freeze - if exposed to something cold enough, like liquid nitrogen - but regular ice cream is not cold enough. Commercial freezers like you get in a store or your home do not get cold enough to make ice cream freeze your stomach. Also, as Ice cream gets colder it gets harder and harder, and long before you would have problems with it inside your tummy it would be impossible to scrape out of the tub.
No. It will get cold but it will not freeze.
I have a freezer that holds a temp at 1 degree, will that hold ice cream? I put cold water in the freezer next to the indoor thermostat and not only did the water freeze the temp was at 1 degree. Later I was told that when they put ice cream in it the temp went up to 10 degrees. can you help me
Cold temperatures will, if cold enough, freeze water.
It will freeze if you get it cold enough.
_ 20 (minus 20 ) is how cold it has to be for a cow to freeze to death
add ice-cream cold cold cold ice cream
Ice water is only 32 degrees F, and ice cream needs to be much colder to properly freeze. The salt lowers the freezing point of the water. The super cold water is what will actually freeze the ice cream. You can actually get the temp of the liquid water down to about 10 degrees F.
every store that has a fridge with cold cream in it!