Does hot water freeze faster than cold?
Tue, 31 Jul 2012 10:49p.m.
It's a simple question with an elusive answer - why does warm water freeze faster than cold?
The logic defying phenomenon has baffled the great minds of science since the time of Aristotle.
But now a new competition being run out of England is hoping to finally solve the mystery.
Watch the full report from Channel Four's Tom Clarke
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3/10/2012 10:41:51 a.m.
brian beveridge wrote:
hot water will give off vapors as it evaporates and create a break up of the structure that will enable divided parts to free quicker
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