Pure water freezes at 320F.
273 Kelvin is approx 0°C. Therefore water freezes.
zero degrees celsius and below :)
Yes, it does. And it freezes @ the freezing temp of water
Salt water freezes around 28 F
Temp at which fresh water freezes (or melts).
You have a freezer that goes below zero and you keep lowering the temp, slowly, until the water freezes. Then you note that temp.
i think that cold water freezes faster than hot water cause the particle in cold water are already cold so all the freezer have to do let the air come down and around the cup than it will freeze faster. <-----incorrect The right answer: hot water freezes faster coz the temp drops faster so when it gets to the cold water temp is it still freezes faster
Saturated salt water freezes at a lower temp than saturated sugar water, which freezes at a lower temp than plain water. So plain water will freeze first then sugar water then salt water. Thank you QUIRKIE @ answerbag.com
Salt water freezes around 28 F.
Water freezes at that temp.
Most antifreeze has a chemical that freezes at a very lower temp than plain water.
Water (H2O) freezes at 0°C, and boils at 100°C.
The answer depends on the degree of vacuum. It freezes at lower temperatures as the pressure decreases.
Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit and 0 degrees Celsius.
Salt lowers the temp at which water freezes, that's all that happens. So it will defrost quicker, too.
The glycenol is from sugar. Sugar handles heat and cold better than plain water. Sugar-water boils at a higher temp and freezes at a lower temp than water.
salt water freezes firast because salt raises boiling and freezing temp
cold water freezes fasterHot freezes faster than cold.Cold water freezes faster.
the water freezes and expands.
It floats when it freezes.
104 degrees Celsius is 219.2 degrees Fahrenheit To get a general idea, 0 degrees Celsius is 32 degrees Fahrenheit(water freezes at this temp) and 100 Celsius is 212 Fahrenheit(water boils at this temp)