I'm doing a science project on which liquid freezes faster; water, milk, juice, or soda with my friend we made a hypothesis and I said milk will freeze faster and she said water will. Does anyone know which one freezes faster?


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Klug Hubert answered
In order:
Water- plain H2O
Juice- mainly water, pulp, various complex sugars.
Soda- Trace Carbonic acid, H2O, glucose/sucrose/ High Fructose Corn Syrup- the non-water elements have a lower freezing point than water.
Milk- glucose, lactose H2O- the glucose and laactose sugars will act as an anti-freeze
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max atwood answered
Water. Milk contains fat and sugar, soda has sugar and some salt, juice has sugar and citric acid. Water will freeze the quickest
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Duane Bryant
Duane Bryant commented
Jackie, let us know how your experiment turned out.
Jackie commented
Well soda froze first then juice then milk and finally water
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I would think water because when ever I try to frezze milk it does all this weird stuff frist

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