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What is the freezing point of vodka?

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2007-06-18 01:53:45
2007-06-18 01:53:45

80 proof vodka will freeze at approximately -26.95 °C or -16.51 °F.

100 proof vodka will freeze at approximately -40.43 °C or -40.78 °F
(Pure ethanol, the active ingredient in vodka, freezes at −114.3 °C).

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