There is no single freezing temperature for gasoline. Gasoline is made out of different molecules, or hydrocarbons, and these components each have different freezing temperatures. More »

Gasoline can freeze when exposed to cold enough temperatures for an extended period of time. However, gasoline does not have a specific freezing point, as the various hydrocarbons and other substances that it contains al... More » Science Chemistry States of Matter

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 »

While parts of the ocean do freeze, the entire ocean does not freeze because it maintains an average temperature above its freezing point. The ocean has a lower freezing point than freshwater, which freezes at 32 degrees... More » Science Chemistry States of Matter

Alcohol does freeze, but at a much lower temperature than water. Pure alcohol freezes at -174.6 degrees Fahrenheit, while water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

The time it takes for water to freeze varies from several hours to a month, depending on the volume of water, its temperature and the temperature of the surrounding air. Water freezes when it reaches 32 degrees Fahrenhei... More »

Champagne freezes at a slightly lower temperature than water, or between 15 and 22 degrees Fahrenheit. Freezing champagne is not recommended, as doing so can cause the champagne's bottle to explode, and freezing it can r... More »