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Erasto B. Mpemba was a scientist from Tanzania who discovered that warm milk cools faster than cold milk while doing an experiment with his classmates.

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The Mpemba effect hasn't today applications. Unfortunately also any sure and validated explanations of the effect exist.

Does rubbing alcohol freeze like the Mpemba effect?

1. Today the Mpemba effect remain unclear and possible not true. 2. I suppose that any link exist between the so called Mpemba effect and the freezing of rubbing alcohol.

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I suppose if you wanted to make ice cream really quickly, the Mpemba effect could come in handy...

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Martin Erasto Torrjos Espino

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Not always.

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Martín Erasto Torrijos Espino was president of Panama from 2004 September 1 to 2009 July 1.

How did the mpemba effect get its name?

The Mpemba effect is named after a Tanzanian high school student Erazo Mpemba, who discovered it in the 60's. His class was making ice cream, where they used boiled milk and cooled it before mixing it in and freezing it. Mpemba wanted room in the freezer for his ice cream, because it was getting full, so he put it in without waiting for the milk to cool. To his surprise, his was frozen first. His teacher laughed at him, but he got help from a visiting professor, and they discovered it was true! :D

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What is the mpemba effect?

is when hot water freezes faster then colder water (or other liquids)

What does the sceintist Mpemba discovered?

discovered that hot water freezes earliar than cold water.

Can hot water to freeze faster than cold water?

Yes. Hot water freeze faster than cold see Mpemba Effect.

Does hot water freezes faster than cold water?

Yes, hot water freezes faster than cold water as seen in the Mpemba effect.

How does warm water freeze faster than cool water and why?

Mpemba effect ,water evaporates faster so it has less water so it freezes faster

Does warm water freeze faster than cold water?

An unresolved question! See Mpemba Effect in wikipedia for the best experimental conditions for this anomaly!

Does the temperature of water effect the speed it freezes?

Yes. It is a proven fact by scientist that hot water will freeze faster than cold or warm. This process is called " The Mpemba Effect ".

How does hot water freeze faster than cold water?

answ2. This was first bought to the attention of science in recent times by Mpemba, and the Mpemba Effect is named after him.Optimal temperatures for this astonishing experiment are 35oC for the hot liquid, and 5oC for the cold one.Still not understood - maybe there is a Nobel in it?Archimedes noticed that in order to freeze a container of liquid, it was better to have it sun warmed first.