When one speaks of weather, the term freezing equates to the freezing point of water, 32 degrees Fahrenheit or zero degrees Celsius. It is at this point that precipitation is likely to fall as snow, sleet or freezing rai... More »

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The freezing point of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit, or zero degrees Celsius. The freezing temperature of water also equals the melting temperature of ice. More »

Pure water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius at 1 atmosphere of pressure. The freezing point of salt water is lower and depends on the concentration of salt. More »

On the Fahrenheit temperature scale, the freezing point of water is 32 degrees. Fahrenheit observed this by placing a thermometer in an equal mixture of water and ice. More »

Lithium has a boiling point of 1,342 degrees Celsius and a freezing point of 180.5 degrees Celsius. Due to lithium's high freezing point, it exists as a solid at room temperature. More »

Mercury has a freezing point of -38.8 degrees Celsius. This is also its melting point. This is the same as 234.3 Kelvin and -37.9 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

A temperature conversion chart that can be set to go from Celsius to Fahrenheit or Fahrenheit to Celsius can be found at Metric-Conversions.org. This chart can be printed, set to show either decimals or fractions, and ca... More »

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