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angel2011
angel2011 asks:
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Which liquid freezes fastest?

In Topics: Science fair
> 60 days ago

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aqblickley
aqblickley writes:
Hi angel2011,

Thanks for using JustAsk! Your question is a little unclear to me. If you can add a little more detail to your question, you may have better luck getting a helpful answer.

In general, however, the best way to find accurate results for a science project is to follow the step-by-step procedure yourself (or with your child).

Hope this helps!

Alex
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chemteacher
chemteacher writes:
Pure substances (plain water, for instance) tend to freeze faster than solutions (salt water, sugar water, fruit juice, etc).  Some solutions (those that contain alcohols, for instance) don't freeze at normal temperatures and remain fairly slushy.  If you are planning a science fair project on this, try sugar water, salt water, water with rubbing alcohol (don't drink this solution), and maybe a fruit juice and lemonade.  Place equal amounts in small disposable cups or ice cube trays.  Freeze everything at the same time, then remove a set every 30 minutes and remove from container to see which froze solid first, then last.  Do 4-5 sets (one set includes all of the separate solutions) so you can keep removing them without having any re-melting duing checking.
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IDGAF
IDGAF writes:
You Tell Me You Should Know ;)
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julany
julany writes:
water does
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switherspoon
switherspoon writes:
tell me what type of liquid{s} u r using!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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