because Mercury cant trap heat because it has no atmosphere
It is not possible: Mercury does not have a frozen planet.
The answer is no, but it does have frozen ice
If kept frozen.
No, however there is some indirect evidence of Ice on the bottom of craters on its north pole. It was discovered via radar observations. Ice is one of the few materials that are very radar reflective when frozen, and it was discovered that Mercury has very reflective matter in its northern craters.
Two planets have frozen ice caps: Earth and Mars. In November 2012 scientists found evidence of ice on the poles of Mercury. However, only the Earth has oceans.
Give ice-cream.Other possible answers:Stay frozenNothing, they can't move.
Ice crystals may form in beef when it's frozen but they do not make it more tender. In fact, the ice crystals may be an indication that it is frostbitten, and it will not be as tender as it should be. Food should be wrapped as tightly as possible, with as little air as possible.
frozen snow is ice frozen snow is ice
Frozen water is called ice.
Ice-type Pokémon cannot be frozen by Ice-type moves; however, they can be frozen by Tri Attack.
Water was found on Mercury near its north pole. The water was found as ice frozen in the bottom of several craters, where sunlight cannot evaporate it.
You need to have the salt in the ice around the chamber to ensure that the ice will stay as frozen as possible when freezing the ice cream. ;)
No. Ordinary ice is frozen water; dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide.
Sea ice contains frozen minerals, such as salt, that is not frozen into freshwater ice.
No. Normal ice is frozen water. Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide.
No, they are frozen to continental ice sheets.
Ice brought by comet impacts may be frozen in craters near the Moon's poles.
When frozen mercury looks like an ordinary silver-colored metal. Because frozen mercury is very cold layer of frost may form on it when it is exposed to air.
Frozen yogurt. It is frozen unlike ice cream, so it will take longer for it to melt.
It's reversible. When you raise the temperature of frozen mercury, it 'melts' back into liquid form (just like ice melts back into water when you warm it).
NO, for example Mercury can not be frozen Really? Got a reference for that one? ANYTHING can be frozen if it is cold enough. Mercury, a metal that is molten at room temperatures, solidifies -- freezes solid -- at -38F. Commonly available "dry ice" at -109.3F, does the job easily. It's a common grade school science class demonstration.
Ice does not shrink when it is frozen because it is already frozen. Water expands when it freezes to create ice.