Why hot water freezes than cold water??
Asked by Anishkjainacus | 3rd Sep, 2018, 08:07: AM
- The most simple fact that freezing is an event when a body loses its own heat to the surrounding.
- In standard temperature, pressure and humidity conditions, it takes lesser time for a hot body to lose its heat to the surrounding when compared to the process of a cold body losing its heat energy to the surrounding.
- The heat energy always flows from a hot body to the comparitively colder surroundings /body.
- That is why in normal conditions, it is easier and quicker for a hot body to freeze when compared to the process of freezing the already colder body.
Answered by Abhijeet Mishra | 3rd Sep, 2018, 10:49: AM
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