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 a lot of things like the volume of the ice and the volume of the glass and the temperature of the rom and the temperature of the orange juice.
water freezes faster and only water freezes it takes AGES for salt water to freeze water takes about 4 hours in a freezer
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.
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 would depend on the amount of water, the temperature it is exposed to, what impurities are in the water and in what concentration.
65 billion years because orange juice has sertain chemicals in it so it doesn't freeze in 2 hours.
It generally takes about 2 to 4 hours to freeze juice.
It depends what temperature you try to freeze it at.
It has been compressed for a long time in a bottle so it uses water and air. orange juice has pulp which takes longer to release juice from to melt
it may grow because it contains water ..but it may not as it also containc citric acid .
it take orange juice 3 weeks
To freeze fresh squeezed orange juice, pour the juice into a sturdy freezer container with a lid. Leave some room at the top. Put it into the freezer. To thaw the juice, put it in the refrigerator.
No its quite good as long as you put about 20% orange juice, 80% canada dry.
I don't know why you are cleaning a penny with juice but orange juice. The acid found in orange juice if left touching something for long periods of time can start eroding the surface , removing stains and rust.
because your mom
Watering strawberries with orange juice a day before harvest can add a sweet citrus taste. BUt... long term watering with orange juice will kill most plants dew to the high PH and sugar levels. The sugar will likely breed bacteria and the acid burns the plants vessels.
it takes 1 day 17 hours and 29 minutes for orange juice to rot or decay