Freezing Temp. of water At different elevations?

Unlike boiling water freezes at the same temp regardless of air pressure (altitude).

However at very low air pressures such as outer space the water may boil directly from the ice to water vapor without becoming a liquid.
Elevation doesn't affect the freezing point. The chemicals like salt will lower the freeze point. Normal water freezes at 32 deg. F. salt water is about 26 deg. F.

The answers post by the user, for information only, does not guarantee the right.

More Questions and Answers:

More Questions and Answers:
  • do you love chocolate?
  • What happens to a freshwater fish if he is swept out to sea?
  • What causes stampeeds in jungles??
  • Energy Transfer?
  • What are some of the reasons people don't do more for the environment?
  • Are Hydrogen Fuel-Cell automobiles even feasible?
  • what happens to wells when the water table drops.?
  • Why does the whole world seem to care that America is in Iraq?
  • can anyone give me website or links to any water pollution of the california bay area?