What Degree Is Freezing?

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The degree of freezing is 32 degrees Fahrenheit, which is equivalent to 0 degrees Celsius. This is, however, the freezing point for pure water. Other liquids and impure water all have different freezing degrees.
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Freezing is considered to be thirty two degrees Fahrenheit. Boiling is also considered to be one hundred degrees Fahrenheit. Different elements will have different freezing and melting points.
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