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Saturated salt water freezes at a lower temp than saturated sugar water, which freezes at a lower temp than plain water. So plain water will freeze first then sugar water then salt water. Thank you QUIRKIE @ answerbag.com

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Q: What has the lowest freezing point salt water sugar water plain water?
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Does sugar the time it takes water to freeze?

The freezing point of solution is always less than that of the freezing point of the pure solvent. The freezing point of pure water is 0 (zero) degree celsius. The freezing point of the water decreases with the increase in the sugar concentration. for ex. a 10 grams of sugar when dissolved in 100 grams of water, the freezing point depression of -0.56 degree Celsius A 10 molal sucrose will bring about the depression in freezing point of water to about -20 degree celsius


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Does sugar water affect the time it takes to freeze?

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Does sugar lower the freezing point of water?

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What is sugar water's freezing point?

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What is the freezing point for sugared water?

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What effect did the addition of sugar to Beaker B and salt to Beaker C have on the freezing point of the water in these beakers?

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What would the final freezing point of water be if 3 mole of sugar were added to 1 kg of water?

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Does sugar water boil at 100 degrees Celsius?

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How much would the freezing point of water decreases if 4 mol of sugar were added to 1kg of water?

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What is the freezing point of soda?

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Does the amount of sugar in a liquid change its freezing point?

I don't know help me