You can freeze liquid but how do you freeze it?
it will freeze in to a ice block
I think that the liquid detergent will freeze the fastest because it has water in it.
To turn a liquid into a solid you have to freeze it. To turn a gas into a solid you must first turn it into a liquid, then freeze it.
As a general rule, liquids don't freeze things. But the gas, Liquid Nitrogen, can freeze things.
Can them in own liquid and freeze away
It depends what other liquids there are. If the other liquid is less dense, then the other liquid will freeze faster, otherwise, water would freeze faster.
Why does liquid nitrogen freez ?
It depends on the liquid - they vary.
It depends. If they are the same temperature, then the thin liquid would freeze faster. If the thick liquid is hotter, then it will freeze faster.
If you freeze a liquid the particles slow down. They wont have much energy now.
yes you can freeze camels milk you can freeze any thing that is a liquid
Every liquid, with the single exception of liquid helium, will eventually freeze if it gets cold enough. Helium, however, does not freeze.
ice can freeze any liquid and some solids
Yes. -Any liquid will freeze if at the appropriate temperature.
Yes and the liquid is transformed in a solid.
If it contained any liquid, it would freeze. If it did not contain any liquid, it would get VERY cold.
Yes I say so because it is a liquid and it will freeze
If you freeze two different liquids water will freeze first. Water will freeze fastere than any other liquid. So if you want to try it at home it is not dangerous!!!!!
Generally liquid. Though some do freeze
Freeze the liquid (put into freezer).
because liquid id liquid
depending on which liquid you freeze it may depend on how fast it will freeze because it may have less calories or less sugar.
If you freeze water(liquid) it becomes ice(hard) its a liquid in a solid form
At normal atmospheric pressure liquid helium will not freeze at any temperature. It remains liquid all the way down to absolute zero. However, even liquid helium will freeze at higher pressures; there isn't any liquid that never freezes period. u are answering the wrong question
Water will freeze faster than oil.
If you dip them into liquid nitrogen (LIN) they will freeze instantly.
Sometimes when the air temperature is pretty low some type of liquid like water will freeze and turn to solid.
Freezing is a phasechange from the liquid state to the solid state. Hence, a liquid metal or a molten metal can freeze, but not a solid metal.
It depends on which liquid it is. For example, water's freezing and melting point is 0 degrees celsius, whereas a liquid with a greater viscosity may freeze at 5 degrees celsius.
When you take a liquid and freeze it'd become a solid.
I think the answer is liquid Helium
you freeze it.
Which two are you thinking about?
it is helium and alcohol
you freeze the object.
One that is already frozen.
It turns to a solid.
All you have to do is freeze it.
when they freeze
it's a liquid unless you freeze it, then it's a solid.
They freeze. Liquid hydrogen is very cold.
In the case of water (liquid) you would freeze it into ice (solid).
Liquid anti freeze is used in windshield wiper fluid, in coolant for engines, HVAC chillers and solar water heaters. Anti freeze is also used in a component that defrosts airline wings.
No. The wind is composed of a small amount of water vapor and about 20% oxygen and about 80% nitrogen. The water vapor may freeze but the oxygen and the nitrogen cannot freeze at the temperature of liquid nitrogen. Oxygen has a much lower freezing point than liquid nitrogen and if the nitrogen were to be frozen, liquid nitrogen is not cold enough to freeze it...sort of like trying to make ice using cold water.
you freeze it...sort of well i dont know if you can litterally freeze air but you can try
If you put any liquid in a refrigerator, it will freeze. And soft drinks are liquids =)
Yes, you can safely freeze coffee, in liquid form or in bean form, whole or ground.
You can freeze off a wart by applying just one drop of liquid nitrogen.
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