Why Does a Mixture of Antifreeze & Water Freeze at Lower Temperatures?

Answer Antifreeze, also known as coolant, is usually a mixture of water and a chemical known as ethylene glycol. Coolant is part of a vehicle's cooling system, and its chemical properties help prevent ove... Read More »

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How to Mix Coolant & Antifreeze for Desert Temperatures?

Antifreeze performs three major functions in the modern engine to keep all of its systems performing correctly. Freeze protection may not be important in a desert, but heat transfer and corrosion p... Read More »

Do lower temperatures cook the inside of food?

heat transfers slowly in foodso lower temperatures allow heat longer to enter and get to the center of the food, while higher temperatures cause food to burn faster on the outside while the inside ... Read More »

At what temperatures does water become vapor?

The temperature at which water starts to vaporize (at the standard atmospheric pressure of 760 mmHg) is 212 degrees Fahrenheit. When atmospheric pressure is greater than 760 mmHg, the boiling point... Read More »

What Are the Causes of Varying Temperatures of Shower Water?

Nothing can be more frustrating than trying to enjoy a relaxing shower and suddenly being blasted with icy cold water---or, to hear the flushing of a toilet and feel the water burn your skin. Lucki... Read More »