How long will it take 50gals of water to freeze 0 frnht?
this depends on the initial and final temperatures...
water freezes faster and only water freezes it takes AGES for salt water to freeze water takes about 4 hours in a freezer
It depends what temperature you try to freeze it at.
Put it the water in the freezer and see how long it takes to freeze longer
Room temperature water will freeze when it hits 0 degrees Celsius; there is no exact time as to when it will freeze because it depends on the environment the water is in.
Depends how cold the freezer is. and if its pure water it won't freeze!
it depends on the temperature around the water that would determine how long it would take to freeze there isn't one specific temp.
depends how cold and what you use to freeze it
That depends on the current temperature of the water.
There is no standard length of time that it takes for a gallon of water to freeze. The amount of time it takes for a gallon of water to freeze can vary depending upon many different things such as temperature.
It will freeze quicker ina colder temperature. What is the temperature ?
If the winter temperature falls low and long enough, any body of water will freeze.
If you freeze two different liquids water will freeze first. Water will freeze fastere than any other liquid. So if you want to try it at home it is not dangerous!!!!!
How long does it take water to freeze on 15 mile winds at 30 degree f
puddles do freeze but at a lower temeture because of the impurityies of the water and they are not normally on the gorund long enough to freeze be fore they evaporate
It can takes up to 14 to 15 hours to freeze, depending on the amount of sugar you put in it. The higher the concentration of solute, the longer a solution takes to freeze. But unlike salt water, water containing sugar can freeze with the sugar trapped inside.
Water with salt dissolved in it has to be colder than pure water in order to freeze. That's why we throw salt on snow and ice on the street to melt them.
if the bottle has water in it you can freeze it but not for too long other wise it eill explode and the bottle will be stretched due to the particles in the water and is turning into a solid.
It depends on how you're trying to freeze them, of course: if you have a freezer that goes to 0 degrees F, like the one in the back room of a supermarket, it'll take as long to freeze the salt water as it would plain water. (Salt water has a lower freezing temperature than plain water but if you have a cold-enough freezer, it'll freeze.) If you pour it into liquid nitrogen, it'll freeze instantly… Read More
no that much longer actually, say it takes 10 minutes for normal water to freeze, then salt water only about 13 minutes hope that helped
That depends. Ask not: 'How long does it take 150ml of water to freeze?' Rather ask: 'How cold is the temperature surrounding the water?' and: 'What is the heat conductivity of the vessel containing the water?' According to the second law of thermodynamics, an object hotter than its surroundings will tend to cool and vice versa. So, the cooler the surrounding temperature, the faster the water will freeze.
It Will Probably Take About 1 Hour - 1 Hour & 30 Min's To Freeze.
Water freezes at 32 F (0 C). At 212 F, water is boiling, so it would take forever to freeze.
When sugar is placed into water during freezing it decreases the amount of water molecules. This causes the freezing temperature to decrease, making it take longer to freeze.
depends how hot the water is and how cold the room is
The answer depends on a few variables including how much water you have, the temperature of the water before it's put in the freezer and what temperature is the freezer set at. A small amount of water will freeze faster than a large amount, hot water will freeze faster than room temperature water and water will freeze faster at 10 degrees fahrenheit than at 32 degrees fahrenheit.
Yes and no. Yes cola CAN freeze at a temperature under water because any drink WILL freeze from being to cold. Like my grandpa's coke was to cold that an iceberg grew in it. And NO it CAN NOT freeze lower then the temperature of water because most drinks can hold the coldness for as long as possible.
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About 6-7 hours in the fridge.
Around a day.
The more the longer
Only a bit longer than you could leave bottles of water in the same temperatures. Beer on average is about 4.5 to 5% alcohol by volume, but that is realtively little. It won't freeze as fast as water - but it will freeze not long after. Exactly how long is dependent on how cold it is, how well it is sheltered, etc.
Many times, it will take close to 60 to 90 minutes for the water the freeze. The amount will vary depending upon the temperature.
it depends on what's the temperature you freeze it in. if you freeze it in a freezer with the temperature at 5 degrees it might take about 45 minutes to an hour.
It depends on the volume of water present, and the heat of the water to start with.
That would depend on the amount of water, the temperature it is exposed to, what impurities are in the water and in what concentration.
You can't freeze water at 17 degrees Celsius. The freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius or 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
As long as it doesn't freeze or go dry in the can, for many years.
130 degree Fahrenheit = 54.4444444 degree Celsius It is physically impossible for 130 degree Fahrenheit to freeze ANY water.
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It takes 4 hours.
it takes half a minute
It would depend on the temperature difference.
This depends on: initial temperature of the water, temperature of the freezer, volume of water, container of water, purity of water.
This depends totally on the volume of water, the materials the water is touching, and the temperature of those materials.
hot water = 3 hours cold water = 1 hour
The amount of time it would take to freeze a 400Ml bottle of water will depend on the temperature of the freezer. On average this takes about 3 to 5 hours.
freeze it in a container that will expaand as the ice freezes, this will keep toxins for contaminating your water
If the water is saturated with salt then the freezing point will be -21°C.
No. As long as you don't go longer than 6 months on just water. You should check the water level in your recovery tank and radiator OFTEN. You should also change to a mix of water and anti-freeze as soon as possible. Water will freeze, damage engine components from expansion, and it can evaporate(leaving your engine eventually uncooled). Anti-freeze prevents the water from boiling into steam, which will ultimately empty your cooling system, and it… Read More