Depends on the liquid. Water, for example, freezes at 0 Celsius (32 Fahrenheit). Alcohol freezes at 0 Fahrenheit.
Water. Although it's not really that it freezes faster but rather that it freezes at a higher temperature. How fast something freezes has to do with both its freezing point but also how much of it you have. A drop of alcohol will freeze faster than a giant container of water (assuming the temperature of the freezer is below the freezing point of alcohol).
If I only had those 2 choices... I would use ALCOHOL since Mercury freezes at -38.72° Celsius. The North Pole can get down below -50° Celsius. Ethanol (alcohol) freezes at -114 ° Celsius Methanol (alcohol) freezes at -97.8° Celsius
Every substance can freeze. Pure drinking alcohol freezes at -117 degrees Celsius. Jack Daniels freezes at approximately -47 degrees Celsius since it has 40% alcohol. That is -53 degrees Fahrenheit.
Water freezes at too high a temperature.
No - water freezes at zero degrees Celsius. The alcohol used in coolants freezes at a much lower temperature.
Because alcohol freezes at a lower temperature than water.
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A home freezer's ideal temperature for storing food is approximately -18 degrees Celsius. Mercury freezes at about -39 degrees Celsius, which is fairly close to the desired freezer temperature and can thus damage the thermometer. Ethanol, a common alcohol used in alcohol thermometers, freezes at -114 degrees Celsius, allowing it to properly function in freezers.
No, the higher the alcohol content the lower the freezing temperature. That portion that isn't frozen will have a higher proportion of alcohol than will the portion that has frozen.
Correct, the temperature at which a substance freezes is lower than the melting point.
Water freezes at a temperature of 0 degrees Celsius.
The temperature at which a mixture freezes is called the freezing point. For instance, water freezes at 32 degrees F. at sea level.
Plain water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit or 0 degrees Celsius. The temperature can be varied by mixing other substances (such as antifreeze, alcohol or salt) into the water.
No it would lower it. This is why de-icer is often alcohol (methanol) based. Alcohol turns to a solid (freezes) at a lower temperature then pure water. Freezing point of pure methanol is -98C
Since Wine freezes at about -7 degrees (Celsius) beer which has about half the alcohol of wine will freeze at about -3 to -4 degrees (Celsius) depending on the alcohol content of the beer.
That's about 0 degrees Celsius. At that temperature, ice melts (or water freezes). That is equivalent to zero degrees Celsius (Centigrade). Water freezes at that temperature.
On Kelvin scale water freezes at 273K.
The temperature at which skin freezes is -78degrees centigrade.
It is the Fahrenheit temperature scale
Freezes at 0, boils at 100
Water freezes at 0o Celsius, or 32o Fahrenheit.
Yes, it can. It freezes at a temperature much lower than what water freezes at.