Gasoline may freeze at temperatures between negative 40 degrees Fahrenheitand negative 58 F. The exact freezing temperature depends on the properties of the individual constituents in gasoline. More »

Petrol, also called gasoline, has a freezing range of between -40 and -58 degrees Fahrenheit. The freezing point of gasoline varies because gasoline is composed of numerous different components including hydrocarbons, ad... 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 »

Some properties of brass include excellent thermal conductivity, significant strength at low temperatures, the ease at which it bends and an electrical conductivity between 23 and 44 percent of copper's. The term "brass"... More »

When a solution is formed, it is characterized by four main properties, known as colligative properties: vapor pressure, boiling point, freezing point and osmotic pressure. Solutes added to a solvent create a solution th... More »

While goldfish are capable of surviving in a variety of temperatures, they do best between 65 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Once temperatures get below 50 degrees Fahrenheit, goldfish go into hibernation and can potentially... More »

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 » Science Weather & Tides