Subject: Does moving water always stay at 32 degrees F?
Date: Sun Jan 23 11:49:50 2000
Posted by Bill Finch
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: South Elgin State/Province: IL
Area of science: Chemistry
A friend of mine told me that the temperature of moving water will not
drop below 32 degrees Farenheight. Aside from the drop in freezing point of salt
water, is it possible for pure water to be in motion and not freeze at or well
below 32 degrees F?
Re: Does moving water always stay at 32 degrees F?
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