Why water supply does not freeze in cold weather?
the source is constantly in motion friction heat is iven of prevent vander waal forces
Yes you can I have it on good authority that you can freeze anything. You can even freeze your posterior off in really cold weather. So be careful!
Cold temperatures will, if cold enough, freeze water.
They seem to freeze a little in cold weather.
no they don't.
You cannot store a DLP television in cold weather because it will freeze when kept in this kind of weather.
Cold air and hot water makes water freeze faster simply because the hot water is steaming and so the result is that there is less water to freeze. hot water = steam = less water less water = faster freeze cold air = faster freeze
Warm water does not freeze before cold water. This is simply a myth. The cooler the water, the less time it takes to cool down and freeze.
It will be so cold you will freeze to death.
If the water is left outside in an open container it eventually will evaporate. If left outside during cold weather it could freeze.
which water will freeze faster? cold water with salt or hot water with salt????
I think what you meant to ask was "Does cold water freeze faster than hot water?" It does because its temperature doesn't have to change as much.
Yes. Hot water freeze faster than cold see Mpemba Effect.
Viscosity is the state of being thick. For example, Molasses has a higher viscosity than water. Liquids often freeze when the weather becomes cold, so viscosity increases in the cold.
The acid turns to water. Batteries will freeze in cold weather if they are discharged. When the battery is charged, the water turns back to acid.
Cold water, being the closest to freezing point, will obviously freeze the fastest. Hot water will freeze the second fastest, and salt water barely ever freezes, except in very cold conditions.
No, bleach has chemicals that keep it from freezing, it can get slushy a little but not much. Now, I do not know if you put it in 50 below 0 freezing weather if it would freeze, it might in that cold, but in just freezing weather I have never seen it freeze like water, milk or most things.
Cold water freezes faster because hot water has to cool down to the freezing temperature before it can freeze.
Because the enzymes in freeze with the cold and move a little bit but not much
no, its not possible. Actually it is possible for the battery to freeze, if the charge gets low enough it will freeze.
if the air gets cold enough it can freeze water.
Hot or Cold?? Hot weather is fine as long as there is a constant water supply and shelter. Cold weather should only be short periods if under 0 degree's.
Cold water will freeze first. Before hot water can freeze, it must dissipate its stored heat. Its stored heat is what makes it hot. Cold water does not have to do this before freezing.
FREEZE! is the period of time when weather damages plants
because they are warm blooded animals
no it will explode, and/or freeze up the technology inside
hot water freezes the fastest because it evaporates and there is less water to freeze!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
To protect them from frost damage. In cold weather, 'standing' water in cold pipes can freeze if the temperature drops low enough. When water turns to ice, it expands - which could cause the pipe to burst. However - you wouldn't know if it had burst until the ice had thawed !
It gets cold.
Any water that gets cold enough to freeze. You can freeze fresh water, brackish water, salt water, or polluted water.
It freeze in cold and disolve in boilng
No. It takes longer to freeze because cold water is closer to it's freezing point.
This occurs when your hot water heater is either broken, disconnected, or has exhausted its supply of heated water. In cold weather, heated water may be cooling in the pipes on the way to the faucet, especially when it has just been turned on.
Yes, hot water can freeze easier than cold water. This is known as the Mpemba effect, but the starting temperature of the water has to be at a precise temperature for this to occur.
It is a cold water penguin
Pressurize it through a small nozzle. It will freeze at the nozzle.
depends how cold and what you use to freeze it
Actually, liquor does freeze, only at far lower temperatures than water. That is because alcohol has a much lower freezing point, like the antifreeze we put in car radiators to keep the water from freezing in cold weather. Liquor does freeze but at a lot lower temperature than water, this is due to the alcoholic content. The higher the alcohol content the lower the temperature need to freeze it
Water steams up by the weather. water doesn't steam up and go hot in countries like Antarctica and other cold countries. Like with human bodies, in horrendous weather you are cold and in extremely hot weather you are warm. Basically: Water depends on the weather.
So long as the water does not freeze there is not much to worry about however if you think that they will freeze up you would be well advised to empty them. water expands when frozen and is able to even split metal pipes.
No. Both can freeze.
warm water because the cold water will freeze the cell wall.
Hot and cold water and a freezer and a timer or stopwatch
It is very cold water. At normal pressure, it is as cold as water can get before it starts to freeze.
Yes it does, Studies show that hot water can sometimes freeze faster than cold water as well.So I will put a cup of hot and cold water in the freezer and my hot water will be frozen before my cold water will be done.