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2010-02-18 01:46:55

No, it will freeze slower.

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Fresh water freezes faster than salt water, yes.



because it doesn't have any hing in it.


Boiled water at room temperature should freeze faster because the oxygen that was in the water has been removed. It should also freeze clearer.


The addition of the impurity salt to water depresses the freezing point of the liquid. Thus, fresh water will freeze sooner than salt water.


The presence of salt lowers the freezing temperature


sea water doesnt freeze faster than fresh water, fresh water freezes faster than sea water as it has a lower freezing point than sea water has as sea water contains salt which makes the boiling/freezing points increase therefore making the sea water freeze at a lower temperature.


It will freeze slower.. but not by a lot. When there are things such as ions / molecules dissolved in water, that mixture of water / substances will have a lower freezing point. Soap, because it is a nonpolar molecule will not SUBSTANTIALLY reduce the freezing point, but it WILL reduce the freezing point by a tiny bit. Because of this reduction in freezing pt, it will take slightly longer for it to freeze So yeah, soapy water will not necessarily freeze faster than tap water.


Water will freeze faster than Coke because Coke has more gas than water and gas takes more time to freeze than plain liquid


fresh water freezed faster than salt containing water due to less impurities and strong hydrogen bonding exists in purified water SADE-RRK


Fresh water is probably the likely candidate. If you add salt to a liquid, its freezing point lowers. Meaning, it would need a lower temperature for it to freeze.


Good question ill test it and find out.



Water will freeze faster than salt water.


On the contrary, it takes longer for salt water to freeze - it freezes at a lower temperature than fresh water does.


Salt water freezes at a lower temp than fresh, meaning colder. It may freeze faster when chilled enough be cause the salt would disrupt the plateo of the water so it may freeze faster.


water will freeze faster do to the sugars andcarbohydratesin soda


Fresh water evaporate faster.



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


Does water freeze faster than vinegar?


I suppose that pure water freeze faster.



I do not know the answer but i think hot water will freeze faster than cold water. wizgirl says~ i do not believe that water will freeze faster. that does not make sense at all.


no salt water does not freeze faster than sugar.



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