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While hunting this morning I noticed my water bottles I leave in stand where not frozen,17* out. They had normal air pocket and it was liquefied as can be. I open the bottle and you could watch the freeze line move down bottle in a ice frost line for lack of better description. In about 5 seconds it was almost solid. Well more of heavy slush, but not hardly poor any water out. Almost like a flash freeze which to my understanding takes lot colder than 17.

Why? Only thing I can come up with its a reaction to the oxygen and temp causing this. Just curious and if I was cat I would have been dead long time ago. LOL




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Nucleation. Shake them and they will freeze.



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I’ll wait for 1320wannabe racer to answer
 
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Interesting! Did the bottle have pressure?
And did you bag one???


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No deer where killed in this experiment.

No pressure just water bottles I have in stand along with few breakfast bars, batteries for game cam and toilet paper incase shyt happens. Nobody said suffering was part of hunting.LOL

I do have 5 in freezer and looking for big rack now,but if big ass doe happens by I have some room left in freezer.




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The cap on the water bottles will hold the pressure created by the expansion of the water as it nears freezing temperature.

The increase in pressure will lower the freezing temperature and keep it from going solid.

When you release the pressure, by unscrewing the cap, the water can then quickly begin to start the transition from liquid to solid!
 
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I have two bottle outside and going to see if repeats tomorrow with go pro.




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The cap on the water bottles will hold the pressure created by the expansion of the water as it nears freezing temperature.

The increase in pressure will lower the freezing temperature and keep it from going solid.

When you release the pressure, by unscrewing the cap, the water can then quickly begin to start the transition from liquid to solid!


this. I did this exact thing in school physics class. not an "einstein" class but it was fun, at least to me.
 
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the same can be accomplished with carbonated drinks as well as the carbonation helps to keep the pressure in the bottle.

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