No not heavier, the volume will be bigger, but it won't be heavier. Think like this: When the frozen water melt, nothing escapes, so it's still the same weight. 0 0 0
Nope. A given amount of water, when frozen, will weigh exactly the same as it did when it was liquid. An equal volume of water, when frozen, will actually weigh less than an equivalent volume of a liquid, since water actually becomes less dense ...
Frozen meat weighs more than thawed meat, because the water and other liquids emerge as the meat thaws. Some meat manufacturers include an absorbent surface inside the packaging to soak up this liquid so it does not spill when the consumer opens the package.
I'm making chutney out of last years courgettes and runner beans today to make some room on the freezer for this years I can't remember if I packed them in bags of the right weight for this or not. My husband says things weigh the same whether they're frozen or not but I thought things were heavier when they're frozen.
If the meat is sealed (as it should be) when frozen, and left that way when it thaws, there will be no change of mass. Frozen meat weighs more than unfrozen meat only to the extent that during the freezing process water has condensed and frozen on its surface. The meat itself and the water it contains weigh the same.
Usually, when a frozen fish is thawed on the countertop (at least in my house) water vapor condenses on it, first making white frost, and then it melts, leaving a puddle of water around the fish. The frozen fish itself may have little ice crystals which will melt and flow away.
While it's not heavier..while frozen, the object tends to expand and IS actually bigger in a sense. Your brain is just mistaking the size difference for weight also. level 2
6-8 months is the rule of thumb for frozen raw meats. However, I wouldn't keep deer meat or other wild game meats for more than 4 months as well as frozen cooked meats. Some people say a year is ...
Well, relativistically speaking, there is less molecular motion in frozen milk (or frozen anything) than there is in liquid milk. Less molecular motion (in ordinary terms, less heat) means less energy, and less heat means less mass according to Einstein’s famous equation E = mc^2 (energy equals mass times the speed of light squared).
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