An ethylene glycol freezing point chart shows the freezing point of a solution consisting of ethylene glycol and another fluid. The most common example of such a solution is the antifreeze solution used in automobiles. More »

At 68 degrees Fahrenheit, the viscosity of ethylene glycol is 16.9 centipoise, nearly 17 times that of water. However, if it is heated to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, its viscosity drops to 5.2 centipoise. Viscosity is the me... More »

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 antifreeze, which is the chemical ethylene glycol, has a boiling point of about 388.4 degrees Fahrenheit. However, most coolants are made of a combination of ethylene glycol and water. More »

The freezing point of iron, which is the same as its melting point, is 2800 degrees Fahrenheit. Iron has a boiling point of 5182 degrees Fahrenheit. Iron is a metal that belongs to group 8 on the periodic table. More »

The freezing point of a liquid is lowered when there is an additive, such as salt or sugar. The higher the salt or sugar content in a liquid, the lower its freezing point will be. More »

The freezing point of paradichlorobenzene is 127 degrees Fahrenheit at standard pressure. Paradichlorobenzene is used in agriculture to eradicate mold in soil, kill insects, and repel rodents and other pests. It is used ... More »