Which Frozen Liquid Melts The Fastest: Water, Milk, Or Soda Pop?


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Water melts the quickest as it us the simplest liquid form. This is not to say that substances like milk cannot be frozen and melted, however. Milk can be frozen for whatever purposes. Many people choose to freeze milk so that it does not go off whilst they are on holiday, whilst other people may use it to make healthy popsicles.

There are some tips you can use when you are freezing milk. If the gallon and the half gallon bottles are on sale for the same price, then you should buy the half gallons. These bottles freeze much quicker and obviously fit into your freezer much easier. They also defrost quicker given that it is a small mass.

You then need to open each of the jugs and make sure you empty out around an inch or so from the top of the bottle, so that there is room for the milk to expand when it is frozen. Failure to do this could see the jug splitting and your milk not being usable.

When it comes to defrosting the milk then you can either just place it on the kitchen counter for a couple of hours, or you could try and speed it up by placing it in a sink that's full of, not warm, but only just cold water. Some people just leave it in the fridge for a while to defrost though.

Water does of course melt much more quickly given that there are no complicated compounds within the liquid. For more information on the science behind this kind of process, you will be able to use Wikipedia to gain complicated scientific knowledge on the matter of how fast these substances are able to melt completely.
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max johnson answered

im doing it right now so ill tell u

Abigail raven and abby Profile

but why dose it say that milk can't be frozen but it can right..

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Louis Dormir answered
My hypothesis is that water because water is the least liquid with other elements. For EXAMPLE! Water has 2 hydrogen and oxygen milk has like I don't know 45 and soda maybe around like 100

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