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Why can't liquor freeze?

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Answer #1 | 05/08 2006 17:05
Oh it can, just not at 0 degrees.
Answer #2 | 05/08 2006 17:08
It will freeze, but not a temperature your home freezer could ever reach. It's like -100c or something like that. And it all depends on the alcohol content
Answer #3 | 05/08 2006 17:08
It can, it just has a lower freezing point then water. Example; water boils and evaporates at 220 degrees F (at sea level) but alcohol evaporates at a lower temperature, about 190 if I recall correct. (don't know the freezing point for alcohol, sorry)
Answer #4 | 05/08 2006 17:05
Iiquor can freeze, it just has a much lower freezing point than water and you have to get it quite a bit colder than your freezer is capable of doing.
Answer #5 | 05/08 2006 17:05
alchohol does not freeze it is a fermented liquor and its properties do not freeze
Answer #6 | 05/08 2006 17:35
dry ice is about -150º farenheit and will freeze liquor, of course the freezing/(melting) point depends on the proof, higher proof, lower temp...
Answer #7 | 05/08 2006 18:04
It can, but alcohol has a lower freezing temperature than water, so it has to be colder to freeze it.
Answer #8 | 07/08 2006 16:13
i don't know
Answer #9 | 07/08 2006 01:35
why can't blondes freeze, oh the world be a better place to live!
Answer #10 | 07/08 2006 01:00
Put it in dry ice and see what happens.
Answer #11 | 06/08 2006 00:17
Answer #12 | 06/08 2006 09:35
Because of the alcohol in it.

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