Hot ice is crystallized sodium acetate trihydrate.
If normal sodium acetate dissolved in water crystallises it will generate heat(it's called an exothermic reaction), that's why it's called hot ice.
So hot ice isn't real ice: water/H2O in it's solid state.
It's crystallized sodium acetate dissolved in water
Sodium Acetate: NaCH3COO
Sodium Acetate trihydrate: NaCH3COO . 3H2O
Ice ice is just frozen water. Hot ice is sodium acetate. Ice will melt faster than hot ice.
the purpose of hot ice hot because of the sodium acetate
hot ice dose not exist
Hot as Ice was created in 2007.
yes you can but beware hot ice will melt
Hot ice, eh?
because it is to hot for ice on earth but on mars it is so hot ice freezes on mars even though it is hot ice is irrissatble
There is no such thing as hot ice. The ice is a cold and frozen solid made out of water. Ice happens when water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius. But if the ice is hot, it will turn into water. If you touch the top of fridge it most of the time hot or at room temperature, so the water(hot ice as you said it) will remain at the same temperature as the room or hot.
well hot ice can kill u and normal u can eat
Hot Ice Melts and Cold Water Freezes
Hot Ice was created on 1955-10-06.
ice melts faster in hot water because the hot water is transfering the separate particles in hot
well d water temp. drops faster when hot water is put into ice because all d hot water melts down d ice and hot water norms down.
Yes hot ice can melt. I hope this will help, your welcome :)
The hot water will get colder and the ice will melt and the water from the melted ice will get to the same temperature as the final temperature of the hot water.
Ice is simply water in solid form. Hot ice is the result of the crystallization of sodium acetate from a supersaturated solution.
Only one of those is actually ice. Dry ice is frozen CO2 or carbon dioxide. Hot "ice" is only called hot ice because it is the product of an exothermic reaction (releasing heat) and because it looks like ice. Hot ice occurs when a super saturated solution of sodium acetate try-hydrate is cooled and then reintroduced to a sodium acetate crystal.
The colder ice cubes would take longer to melt than the hot ice cubes...
Hot Ice, Sodium Acetate, is made from vinegar and baking soda.
Because ice cream is better on a hot day then hot dog because a hot dog will make you more hotter
No, dry ice is solid carbon dioxide. Hot ice is sodium acetate crystallized from a supersaturated solution.
An ice cube will melt faster in hot water.