Why doesn't vodka freeze when you put it in the freezer?
Asked by Pankaj Soni, 07 Sep '13 11:37 pm
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When you dissolve any liquid in water, you lower the freezing point of the water. This phenomenon is known as freezing point depression. It is possible to freeze vodka, but not in a typical home freezer. The freezing point of 80 proof vodka is -26.95 C or -16.51 F, while the temperature of most home freezers is around -17 C.Answered by aflatoon, 09 Sep '13 09:47 am
It doesAnswered by Quest, 08 Sep '13 08:47 am
It will freeze if the freezer set point is low, depending on Vodka concentration.Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 07 Sep '13 11:42 pm