What temp does salt water freeze?
the range of temperature for freezing of salt water mixture is -20 to -23 deg cel.
called as eutectic temperature.
Salt water freezes around 28 F.
Salt water freezes around 28 F
Salt water freezes at a lower temp than fresh, meaning colder. It may freeze faster when chilled enough be cause the salt would disrupt the plateo of the water so it may freeze faster.
Salt lowers the temp at which water freezes, that's all that happens. So it will defrost quicker, too.
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
When mixed with water, salt (and many other minerals, for that matter) lowers the temperature required for it to freeze. The more salt, the lower the temp needs to be.
Salt water freezes slower than sugar because salt water has more molecules than sugar...so it drops the temp and the process of freezing
Water will freeze faster than salt water.
which water will freeze faster? cold water with salt or hot water with salt????
The salt is a substance and it a ingredient that will not freeze.
If the salt is still in the water it will freeze inside the water so its technically frozen
In a sense. When salt is added to ice the melting point is dropped, meaning that water and other things that freeze much be colder to freeze; this keeps the water that results in salty water at a colder temp--below the freezing point, so anything that is not salty that comes into contact with it freezes.
Because it's SALT...are you expecting it to freeze like *SNAP* that? :)
no salt water does not freeze faster than sugar.
Salt water will freeze faster because salt soaks in heat, making the water colder faster
regular water freezes fastest, then sugar water and salt water needs the coldest temp to freeze Added: This is mainly dependent of the 'total dissolved partical' concentration (mol/L) : Sugar (C6H12O6): 1 mol particles per 180 g Salt (NaCl) 2 mol particles per 58.5 g = about 6 particles per 180 g
Yes, salt water does indeed freeze. The addition of a solute (salt in this case) to a solvent (water) will always lower the solution's freezing point. This just means it needs to be colder than 32oC to freeze the salt water.
What are 3 ways you could determine in the lab if a solution had salt dissolved in it without tasting?
Boil the water, salt water boils at a different temp. than "plain" water; freeze it for the same reason; boil until all water is evaporated? any precipiate left?
Salt water will.
Saltwater does freeze. The salt in the water causes its freezing point to decrease greatly, so it must be at a colder temperature to freeze. However, it will still freeze.
Salt water will freeze but at a lower temperature than fresh water. The point at which salt water freezes depends on the amount of salt in the solution.
Salt water does not freeze faster than pure water, and it freezes at a lower temperature. Salt is a form of anti-freeze, which is why it is put on roads in the winter, to help melt the snow.
Chill it or freeze it.
The warmer water is, the longer it takes to freeze. Likewise, adding salt lowers the freezing point, making it longer to freeze.
normal water with salt
same temp as water
weak salt water
the temp. is not hot enough for the water to evaporate but not cold enough for it to freeze. the temp has to be 32 degrees F to freeze and 212 F to evaporate
Ice water is only 32 degrees F, and ice cream needs to be much colder to properly freeze. The salt lowers the freezing point of the water. The super cold water is what will actually freeze the ice cream. You can actually get the temp of the liquid water down to about 10 degrees F.
Salt does not make water freeze slower. However, if it was ice, the salt would melt the ice.
water freezes faster and only water freezes it takes AGES for salt water to freeze water takes about 4 hours in a freezer
Salt water does not freeze faster than regular water... When salt is put in water, it stops the water from freezing, and it needs to be colder than usual.
The addition of the impurity salt to water depresses the freezing point of the liquid. Thus, fresh water will freeze sooner than salt water.
Because once you put salt in the water it disrupts the water and so the salt doesn't freeze so when the salt is in there it's like it doesn't want to freeze so it doesn't let the water freeze until it gets to cold for it to bare.
Pure water freeze faster.
Salt water freezes faster.
not at the normal freezing temp for water. the mixture will have a lower freezing temp
Salt water needs REALLY cold temperatures to freeze so when ice touches salt it mixes with it and becomes salt water and it can't freeze.
Pure water freezes faster than water with impurities. If tap water has a lesser concentration of impurities than salt water the tap water will freeze faster. Some municipalities who have petroleum products in the tap water will likely freeze after the salt water.
With no salt. water isn't water with salt in it, if you have water&salt it becomes a water & salt solution, hope this helps, xx
Water with salt dissolved in it has to be colder than pure water in order to freeze. That's why we throw salt on snow and ice on the street to melt them.
Plain Tap water would freeze fastest. Adding salt or sugar to tap water will cause a depression/decrease in freezing point. Hence it will be harder to freeze the tap salt or sugar water.
Yes because salt is a substance that has high salinity and high temperature. Which means, salt will not freeze, unless you give it days or a week. Soda can freeze slower than salt, but not faster than water. Water probably is the fastest thing that freezes.
0 degrees celsius
I'm not a chemist, but there should be a table that gives Freezing Point of water for various percentages of salt. My point is that EVERYTHING can be made to Freeze if you drop the Temperature to Absolute Zero. You need to be more specific to what Temp level you want to keep your water mixture.
it will freeze rite a O if it doesn't have some water in it it is made to react to water and go lower.
The difference is that fresh water will freeze at 0.c and salt will freeze to a lower temperature due to the presence of impurities (salt).
It depends on how you're trying to freeze them, of course: if you have a freezer that goes to 0 degrees F, like the one in the back room of a supermarket, it'll take as long to freeze the salt water as it would plain water. (Salt water has a lower freezing temperature than plain water but if you have a cold-enough freezer, it'll freeze.) If you pour it into liquid nitrogen, it'll freeze instantly… Read More
It depends on how much salt you have in the water.
because the salt is harder to freeze