What Is the Freezing Temperature of Water?
The freezing temperature of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
Fact: Water is not only the most important substance for Earth, but it is necessary for life.
Fact: Water is soluble and dissolves nutrients when consumed and flushes them out of our system.
Fact: Water is the only natural substance that is found in all three natural states: liquid, gas, and solids or water, steam and ice.
Fact: Water is colorless, odorless, and tasteless when pure.
Fact: The Ph balance of water is seven which makes it non acidic and non basic, on a Ph scale. Depending on where the water is from the Ph balance can differ making it harder or easier for water to freeze at 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
Fact: Freezing water is a process; once water reaches 32 degrees Fahrenheit it does not immediately form a solid. And given the surroundings for the liquid it could take longer for ice molecules to form than if it was in a bottle or ice-cube tray. Under a microscope, however, ice crystals start to form at 40 degrees Fahrenheit in any setting.
Fact: Water naturally clumps together because of the chemical compound which is one Oxygen atom connected to two Hydrogen atoms. On one side of the there is a positive charge and the other side has a negative charge. Since positive and negative atoms attract each other, water molecules are able to connect together forming perfect spheres, or drops.
Fact: The atom compound of water looks like Mickey Mouse.
Fact: Hot water freezes faster than cool water because of a phenomenon called the Mpemba effect.
Fact: Newborn babies' bodies have the most water containment (percentage) in their bodies, and as we get older the water in our bodies changes and lowers.