Usually it only does this if you were recently running hot water in a nearby faucet. I've seen this happen when the water heater is in the basement below the fixture in question and no water has been drawn at any fixture for a little while. After about an hour of no use, go down to the heater and feel the cold water line where it enters the heater. Is it warm or hot? How far up the cold water line is it warm? To a tee? Bingo. You need a "heat trap" to keep the heat from rising up the cold line. Repipe the cold line with a flex connector that turns 180 degrees back toward the heater then 90 degrees to horizontal (looks like a question mark).
Are you talking about pipes under a slab here? If so you probably have a hot water line under the slab leaking that is heating the water in the cold line.
Grease stains clothes it is very difficult to get out, if it will come out at all.
In fact hot water freezes quicker in a cold climate, because of the sudden temperature change. If you want to test it for yourself, take two ice trays, fill one with cold water and one with very hot water, stick them in the freezer, and see that the hot water freezes quicker.
it is very unlikely but it could happen if its cold enough but it would half to be very cold
It is very cold water. At normal pressure, it is as cold as water can get before it starts to freeze.
Cold water. It doesn't have to cool as much as hot water does, thus it freezes faster. Under VERY specific labratory conditions, it can be made possible to have warmer water freeze faster, however, these conditions will not be present when you fill your ice tray. If you want ice, use cold water.
Water is at its greatest density at 4 oC.
potassium and sodium react very violently with cold water calcium reacts slowly with cold water Magnesium is not affected by water at room temperature or cold water.Magnesium reacts with water vapor only.
No, it is very slightly soluble in water.
very Very VERY cold water and ice
First your very cold then you get warmer
A load. The only ones i can think of that do react with cold water are sodium, very hot iron and very hot steel.
Nope, no acid when water freezes, the water freezes by the very cold air turning cold water and cold air makes ice. It's like a recipe!
water, it freezes when it is cold and turns to steam when it is hot.
It is very cold because water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit
She will, yes.
I,m told that very cold water stops the Gullet acting correctly ,which is why some people swigging cold water feel like Gagging
They can but not for very long
Because the air could have a lot of water vapor in the air and that could make it very humid and hot or on a cold day when the water vapor is comming down it will snow, or when it's warm/kinda cold it could come down as rain.
Ice IS water- very cold water. It cannot be "resistant" to itself.
because when winter comes around then the water gets cold and frozen and polar means very cold..