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It’s long been known that warm water freezes faster than cooler water, known as the Mpemba effect going all the way back to Aristotle, but until now, despite a lot of effort by many scientists over thousands of years, no one has been able to offer a reasonable explanation as to why it happens. Just seemed to me that plenty of people were criticising this research without actually conceptualising it correctly Having now read a few posts about him, your likeminded insistance on writing drivle makes a lot more sense.
There seems to be a bunch of sissy girly-men here that give one karma points without ever saying anything, I’m not one of those. The theory that you just proved? Tao and co-workers proposed yet another possible explanation in A proper test would have to start with water that was once boiled and then brought to room temperature. How am I an idiot? Although we like to think that freezing and boiling water always occur at the 0c and c, this is not really true.
Heating stores energy into the H-O bond by shortening and stiffening it. But we can’t survive without clean water. You’re all so amusing. A smaller amount of water has a higher surface to volume ratio i. And in places where water is scarce—the world’s deserts, for example—getting American Journal of Physics. Lu and Raz  yield a general criterion based on Markovian statistical mechanics, predicting the appearance of the inverse Mpemba effect in the Ising model and diffusion dynamics.
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Convection is a very fast changing process compared to cooling, on the order of seconds to form and go away. If I am understanding you Teech you are saying that cold water has to give up more energy to freeze than warm water. Both boiling and ice formation start faster if there are surface irregularities on the container. They take a long time to do so. He discussed the influence of stirring on the results of the experiment, noting that stirring the unboiled water led to it freezing at the same time as the previously-boiled water, and also noted that stirring the very-cold unboiled water led to immediate freezing.
The team in Singapore has noted that the warmer water gets, the more distance there is between the water molecules due to the repellant force between them. Water found to be an ideal lubricant for nanomachines. Early modern scientists such as Francis Bacon noted that, “slightly tepid water freezes more easily than that which is utterly cold.
It’s useful to anybody who doesn’t want to waste their time reading really stupid comments. This way, the evolution of the temperature of the fluid can be significantly affected if the state of the particles is prepared before the cooling. From experimental data Kell determined that this effect was beyond the scope efeecto Newtonian cooling and attributed the higher rate of temperature loss for water at sufficiently high temperatures as being the result of evaporation.
As everyone knows, water molecules have one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms—all held together by covalent bonds the sharing of electrons. Plus since I thought what you wrote was really efecho I thought I should say something to go along with my one karma point. The standard explanation is that warm water tends to develop convection that persists as the water cools. H nonbond in water follows actively the general rule of thermal expansion and drives the H-O covalent bond to relax oppositely in length and energy because of the inter-electron-electron pair coupling [J Phys Chem Npemba 4, ; ibid 4, ].
It has to do with the way energy is stored in the hydrogen bonds between water molecules they suggest in their paper which they’ve uploaded to the preprint server arXiv. H-O bond in water ice. The idea in the article mpemha suggesting instead that water has some sort of “memory” so that it remembers being previously hot even as its temperature is falling.
Somehow because moemba make comments that makes you less of a sissy boy troll.
This contributes to the faster rate of cooling ie energy release of warm water vs cool water, and this is correct, as described in the article. Many fuel cells require expensive platinum-based Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Physics Worldpp. No ‘mystery’ to me. The phenomenon is temperature-dependent. The warm water COOLED OFF faster than the cold, because there was more of a thermal gradient, so by the time the two glasses were within a degree or two of mpembs you couldn’t tell by inspection which one had started warmer.
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What method is used to assess water temperature such as without causing disturbance – etc? That is really a nonsensical statement. The difference is that the formerly warm water has convection currents setup during the cooling process that persist as it’s temperature drops to and below that of the cool water. Enthalpy of fusion Enthalpy of sublimation Enthalpy of vaporization Latent heat Latent internal energy Trouton’s ratio Volatility.
Clearly the experimental method is the key issue. Generally, heating raises the energy of a substance by lengthening and softening all bonds involved.
Researchers claim to have discovered why warm water freezes faster than cooler water
Put some water in a clean glossy smooth cup in a microwave oven and it will go way over c before it starts to boil. This effect is formulated in terms of the relaxation time tau to represent all possible processes of energy loss. The Scottish scientist Joseph Black investigated a special case of this phenomenon comparing previously-boiled with unboiled water;  the previously-boiled water froze more quickly.
Back to square one, wealthychef. Spatial separation between water efecho is greater for warm water than it is for cool water. The Mpemba effect is named after Erasto Batholomeo Mpemba b. Ever try to grow crystals when you were a kid?