Usually ethylene glycol, the same as the main ingredient in car anti-freeze. Answer Prior to take-off, airplanes are sprayed with a de-icing agent that melts any ice on the airplane and its wings but it will not re-freeze. Once in the air, many airplanes are equipped with electric heaters or devices that blow heated air over the leading edge of the wings and prevents wate from freezing on it.
in some ice-creams, pig fat is used
Airplanes that fly through the clouds, dropping pellets of dry or artificial ice, hoping to form ice crystals in the cloud
Yes, the ice is very thick.
sun or heat
Ice melt is made up of chemicals that are intended to melt ice. These chemicals often include salt as well.
Salt is not used for making ice, because all you have to do to make ice is freeze water.
I think it's in the 'air' inside or even chemicals (maybe used in the cleaning of the inside) of the ice maker and the combination of chemicals in the water.... My ice tastes weird now that I have a new freezer, and I had no troubles before!
Fire and ice
Any material that dissolves into the ice and makes a solution that has a lower freezing point than pure water ice will melt it. The most common material used in this manner is NaCl.
This is called tube ice. A tube ice machine is better than a cube ice machine because it's smaller and produces ice faster.
David Usher- Airplanes
In a chemical ice pack you have to break some sort of seal so that two chemicals react. The chemicals that are used are chosen because when mixed they create an endothermic reaction causing it to feel cold
Dry ice is solid carbon dioxide, which has the formula CO2.
Ice is composed of water in its solid state. There usually are some impurities though.
Carbon dioxide. Dry ice is made of nothing but carbon dioxide.
No, but various individuals have used Harley motors in lawnmowers (as well as rototillers, ice cutters, even cars and airplanes).
These chemicals are called deicing substances: chlorides of sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium.
Ice is Methamphetamine and is a street drug. Is made out of several different bad chemicals.
There are no airports in Antarctica. Airplanes land and take off from ice runways, and are met with transportation vehicles to move cargo and people to and from the research facility to the airplanes.
ANYthing can collect ice up that high. Best get a robot to climb out on the wing and scrape off the ice. (:D
They raise the melting point of water - preventing the water turning to ice.
Physical process because there is no chemicals involved in the process of melting ice
Well you can stop water from frezzing with salt.
it slowly burns it with the chemicals in the salt