Freezing Points Common Liquids

Common fluids and their freezing points

Freezing points of some common liquids are indicated below:

Fluid Freezing Point
(K)
Acetic acid 290
Acetone 179
Alcohol, ethyl (ethanol) 158.6
Alcohol, methyl (methanol) 175.5
Alcohol, propyl 146
Aniline 267
Benzene 278.7
Bromine 245.8
Butane 135
Camphor 452
Carbon Dioxide 194.5
Carbon Disulfide 161.2
Carbon Tetrachloride 250.4
Castor Oil 263.2
Chloroform 209.6
Cyclohexane 280
Decane 243.5
Dodecane 247.2
Ether 157
Ethylene bromide 283
Ethylene Glycol 260.2
Formic acid 281
Freon refrigerant R-11 162
Freon refrigerant R-12 115
Glycerine 264.8
n-Heptane 182.5
Hexane 178
Iodine 386.6
Linseed oil 253
Mercury 234.13
Naphtalene 353
Nitrobenzene 278.7
Nitrogen 63.14
n-Octane 216.4
Phenol 316.2
Propylene 87.9
Propylene glycol 213
Toluene 178
Turpentine 214
Water, Fresh 273
Water, Sea 270.6

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