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Answered 2014-08-21 19:12:04

Hot water can in fact freeze faster than cold water for a wide range of it has to do everything that the initially cooler water has to do, plus a little more.

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ice melts faster in hot water because the hot water is transfering the separate particles in hot

An ice cube will melt faster in hot water.

Ice ice is just frozen water. Hot ice is sodium acetate. Ice will melt faster than hot ice.

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.

Ice cubes will melt faster in hot water, as the heat transfer is higher from hot water to an ice cube in comparison with cold water. You can try it!

yes, hot water just cools down cold water will turn into ice which will take longer

The heat from the hot water is transferred to the ice, making the ice heat faster, thus causing it to return to room temperature faster, making it melt faster.

The rate of melting is determined by the heat differential between the ice and the surrounding water. Ice melts faster in hot water. Ice melts even faster if the water is moving.

an ice cube will melt in hot water faster than hot air

because ice is made by freezing water but hot water is the opposite that is why it melts fast

Yes ice water does boil faster because if hot water freezes faster than ice water tan when you boil ice water than it will do the opposite than before. sincerely, Danielle

No, ice cubes melt the fastest in hot water.

yes salt or hot water melts ice because i tryed it myself

Salt because water especially hot water will make it freeze faster.

Ice melts faster in hot water than in a frying pan. When ice is placed in a hot frying pan, it forms a layer of steam which it floats upon, that insulates it, to some degree, from the frying pan. Thermal conduction is better when it is immersed in hot water.

Ice cubes melt faster in hot water. Hot water has more heat energy to overcome the forces of attraction between water molecules in ice. Go look up the kinetic particle theory.

Dry ice is cold, so it melts faster in higher temperatures.

It really just depends on how hot the water is. At different temperatures, ice will melt faster or slower.

set it in a pot of hot water

It depends what water it is. If the water is hot, then the ice will melt from the heat. If the water is cold the ice would eventually melt slowly because the water is cold but the water will turn hot and it melts the ice.

The water will slowly get colder and colder. Eventually it'll turn into ice. And as water expands a little when it turns into ice, odds are that the bottle will crack. Interestingly, a bottle of hot water will freeze faster than a bottle of already cold water.

It depends if its hot water but it will still melt faster in cold water tha the air.

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