What Is Freezing Point?

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A liquid will turn into a solid when it is frozen. This process is referred to as the freezing point. Water, for example, will freeze at 0 degrees Celsius, and turn into ice.
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freezing point
NOUN [PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY]
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the temperature at which a liquid freezes: The freezing point of water is 32°F, 0°C.
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The freezing point of water and other substances is different depending on what form of measurement you use. The freezing point for celsius is zero degrees where as fairenheight is thirty two.
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