Because motor oil does not crystallize, or solidify, at any temperature, it technically does not freeze. However, motor oil at freezing temperatures will begin to thicken, losing the viscosity that allows the oil to flow... More »

The type of kerosene most often encountered, K1, is used as heating oil and doesn't begin to freeze until minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Kerosene is a compound made up of long chains or rings of hydrocarbons, and it is val... More »

The freezing point of lauric acid is 43.2 degrees Celsius, or 109.7 degrees Fahrenheit. The relatively high freezing point means that lauric acid is solid at room temperature. More »

The freezing point of neon is minus 415.5 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 248.6 degrees Celsius), which is only slightly lower than its boiling point of minus 410.66 F (minus 245.92 C). This very low freezing point is a charac... More »

A substance sublimates when it reaches its triple point, the atmospheric pressure and temperature at which it can exist in a solid, liquid and gaseous state. Sublimation is the transition of a solid directly to a gas wit... 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 »

To calculate molar mass by freezing point depression, determine the change in freezing point temperature using the freezing point depression constant, and then evaluate molatility. Once molatility is obtained, use it to ... More »

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