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 What is the freezing point of water at sea level?

Answer The freezing point of water at sea level is 32 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the United States Geological Survey. On the Celsius scale, water's freezing point is zero degrees at sea level.Source... Read More »
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What is the freezing point of water at 150 psi?

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