freezing point

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Askeri,Fizik) donma derecesi
donma çekidi
donma noktası

Bu organizma, suyun donma noktasının çok altındaki sıcaklıklarda hayatta kalabilir. - This organism can survive at temperatures well below the freezing point of water.

Suyun donma noktası nedir? - What's the freezing point of water?

freezing point depression
(Biyokimya) donma noktası düşümü
freezing point depression
(Biyokimya) donma noktası alçalması
depression of the freezing point
donma noktası alçalımı
lowering of the freezing point
donma noktasının düşürülmesi
Englisch - Englisch
the temperature at which a liquid freezes, and the solid and liquid phases are in equilibrium; normally the same as the melting point
The fixed temperature point at which a material changes from a liquid to a solid state This is the same as the melting point for pure materials For example, the freezing point of water is 32ºF or 0ºC
The freezing point of a particular substance is the temperature at which it freezes. Temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid. When the pressure surrounding the liquid is increased, the freezing point is raised. The addition of some solids can lower the freezing point of a liquid, a principle used when salt is applied to melt ice on frozen surfaces. For pure substances, the freezing point is the same as the melting point. In mixtures and certain organic compounds, the early solid formation changes the composition of the remaining liquid, usually steadily lowering its freezing point, a principle that is applied in mixture separation. The freezing point of pure water at standard atmospheric pressure is 32°F (0°C). To change a liquid at its freezing point to a solid at the same temperature, the heat of fusion (see latent heat) must be removed
The temperature at which a liquid changes state and forms a solid Most liquid silicates freeze around 320 Fahrenheit since they are primarily water Once frozen, it is usually difficult to reclaim sodium silicates and impossible for potassium silicates
temperature at which a liquid changes into a solid, temperature at which a liquid freezes (0 Celsius, 32 Fahrenheit); situation that is not conducive to progress
The temperature at which a liquid changes to a solid
Freezing point is 0° Celsius, the temperature at which water freezes. Freezing point is often used when talking about the weather. The temperature remained below freezing point throughout the day
the temperature below which a liquid turns into a solid
The temperature at which a liquid will solidify upon removal of heat The freezing temperature for water is 32 F at atmospheric pressure
The temperature at which a material freezes (See also Melting Point)
Temperarure at which a liquid solidifies under any given set of conditions It may or may not be the same as the melting point or the more rigidly defined true freezing point or (for water) ice point
The temperature at which a liquid freezes The freezing point of water is 32°F, 0°C Freezing is the conversion of a liquid to a solid Freezing of a liquid occurs at the same temperature as melting of the corresponding solid
The temperature at which the substance goes from the liquid phase to the solid phase
The freezing point of seawater in °C is given by: tf(S, p) = -0 0575S + 1 710523 x 10-3S3/2 - 2 154996 x 10-4S2 - 7 53 x 10-3p which fits measurements to an accuracy of ± 0 004 K See Gill (1982)
The temperature at which a liquid freezes The freezing point of water is 32°F, 0°C
Temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid, at normal atmospheric pressure
Temperature at which a liquids becomes solid under a specific pressure
The temperature at which the first crystal of ice appears during freezing, this can be the same temperature as the melting point, however water and aqueous solutions have a tendency to supercool and ice formation can be delayed to temperatures significantly below the melting point For example in carefully controlled conditions water may be cooled to -40°C before ice nucleation becomes inevitable
the temperature at which the solid and liquid phases of a substance are in equilibrium
The freezing point of an oil is the temperature in degrees Celsius at which the oil has just lost its ability to flow because of continuous cooling down The solidifying of the oil is caused by the separation of paraffin crystals
the temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid, at normal atmospheric pressure
Temperature at which a material changes its physical state from liquid to solid This information is important because a frozen material may burst its container or the hazards could change
Temperature of solidification of a liquid under given conditions
Temperature at which a liquid solidifies under any given set of conditions It may or may not be the same as the melting point or the more rigidly defined true freezing point or (for water) ice point
The temperature at which the solid and liquid phases of a substance are in equilibrium at atmospheric pressure See melting point
freezing points
plural form of freezing point
freezing point

    Silbentrennung

    freez·ing point

    Türkische aussprache

    frizîng poynt

    Aussprache

    /ˈfrēzəɴɢ ˈpoint/ /ˈfriːzɪŋ ˈpɔɪnt/

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