What Freezes Faster Water or Juice?

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Water freezes faster than juice. Water molecules form patterns when freezing. When other ingredients are introduced to the water, this pattern is harder to make, taking longer for the liquid to freeze.
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It's easier to explain in the other way around - why juice freezes more slowly than pure water. When water freezes, the water molecules create an organized pattern and stay in this
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