If you try to freeze water, juice or other liquids in a closed plastic container without leaving room for expansion, your container will crack or burst. I fill plastic bottles or jugs with liquid, leaving plenty of room at the top for expansion. Once the liquid is frozen, then you can safely tighten the lid and then when you want to take it off use warm water to wash it then take it off.
The reason why it's a bad idea to freeze water in a sealed plastic container is because the container can break. I would say if the water bottle is full and you freeze it then burst open and then it will be an even bigger mess then if you just started with a half full bottle. Which works just as well.
Leave at least a 1/4 of the plastic without water because water expands.
Jugs of ice keep the freezer from having to work as hard to cool the compartment, assuming you don't keep your freezer space full of food. In the event of a power outage the chunks of ice can help prevent the loss of your food for a little longer. It is NOT indefinite, but it does help for brief periods of time. My freezer lasted two days during a summer hurricane.
There is a myth going around that freezing water in a plastic container causes the plastic to release dioxin, and thereby causes Breast cancer. This is not true.
Water is a very unique substance in that it is most dense at 4 degrees Celsius; it actually expands when it's frozen. So while your water won't spill out into your freezer, it will most definitely burst your bottle (container, whatever... your question is super convoluted)
Maybe you should change your question to something more like, "Will the difference in material between a glass container and plastic container affect the rate of condensation of water?"
This might work, no idea though. Capture it in a container that is as warm as a room(room temperature) then it'll turn into normal water. After that, freeze it.
Yes, you can. It is a good idea in fact, to have bread stored in a closed airtight container.
I have no idea so there
This is someone's idea of a joke, I believe. Emulsion paints are water based so cannot also be plastic.
I have no idea but wouldn't it make more sense for cool water to freeze faster than warm water because it is closer to freezing temperature. I will have to try it out because I am curious now x x x
Fill the container about half full of water. Float a leaf on the surface of the water, and float the needle on the leaf. That'll be a beautiful demonstration. I think I'll make one, and I thank you for the idea.
I have no idea. Why would I want to freeze my computer?
not if the water is already frozen then the duck can just walk across it...but if they're are in the water while it is freezing i have no idea..... *no ducks were harmed in the answering of this question
It is not a good idea to freeze mayonnaise, as it will separate into its parts if frozen.
Objects must not be placed close to any type of portable heater. Hot air comes out and it must be allowed to circulate round the room. This is important for safety.