Subject: Does water under pressure have a lower freezing point then water at normal
Date: Sat Nov 28 18:40:14 1998
Posted by Donald F. McArthur
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: manhattan college
City: wappingers falls State/Province: ny
Area of science: Physics
Such as water in a home heating system that has been mixed with
antifreeze. Water under pressure has a higher boil point, such
as an auto cooling system. But does the pressure have any effect
on the freezing point.
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