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-74 degrees Celsius (approximate minimum freezing point for 25% solution)

-20 degrees Celsius (approx freezing point for 10% solution which is a common household concentration)

Generally freezing point declines to a concentration of 25%, beyond that concentration the solution begins to crystallize more easily thus raising the freezing point

See the phase diagram here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrochloric_acid

(below the blue line is solid, above is liquid)

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