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Idea #1: Hot water turns to ice faster than cold water (Science)

Idea #1: Hot water turns to ice faster than cold water (Science)

Known as the Mpemba effect, the phenomenon that hot water freezes faster than cold water was named after Erasto Mpemba.


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