freezing point

  1. the temperature below which a liquid turns into a solid
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How To Use freezing point In A Sentence

  • The freezing point varied slightly each time, and from that variation they could determine the rate at which the drop would freeze for a given temperature.
  • Production is often highest in early summer when nutrient levels are maximal, though the water is still close to freezing point.
  • This is called the eutectic point and any concentration of salt above or below this point will result in a solution with a freezing point higher than - 6°F. Chapter 7
  • In the Antarctic, the temperature rarely rises above freezing point.
  • The temperature remained below freezing point throughout the day.
  • Heat, conducted upward from the unfrozen water beneath the floor, maintained the temperature near the freezing point - considerably warmer than the snowy world outside.
  • Once air temperatures have fallen well below freezing point, frozen spray accumulates along the shore.
  • An freezing point examining instrument was developed in this research program.
  • The temperature remained below freezing point throughout the day.
  • The advantage of AFP's over colligative freezing point depression is in the much lower concentrations required and the ability to concentrate these molecules in the gut, where ice contamination is likely. Archive 2004-09-01
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