My hypothesis is that fresh water freezes faster than salt water.
Salt water freezes faster.
I think it is fresh water freezes faster because the salt melts ice.
Sugar water freezes faster than salt water. However, regular tap water will freeze faster than either salt, or sugar water.
the salt prevents the water from getting cold
Fresh water freezes faster than salt water, yes.
It doesn't. Tap water freezes faster than salt water.
When water has a substance dissolved in it, it freezes at a lower temperature. Salt water has salt dissolved in the water, so it freezes at a lower temperature than fresh water.
Fresh water freezes much much quicker.
plain water, but the salt water will freeze colder
Water, this is why salt is used to melt snow as it lowers its freezing point
the salt lowers the freezing point.
Sugar water will freeze faster than salt water.
Fresh water freezes at a higher temperature than salt water. This is because the presence of impurities in water lowers its freezing point.
cold water freezes fasterHot freezes faster than cold.Cold water freezes faster.
fresh water, because salt water is more dense
plain water cause it has a higher temperature
Pure water freezes faster, although as anti-freeze goes, sugar is not one of the more potent. Try salt instead.
The fast water beacase it is more pure.