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zero degree celcious ice is cooler than zero degree celcious water- give the reason
Question asked by: ramalingan

Asked on: 10 Jan 2011

Zero degrees is zero degrees isn't it?

So not sure what you mean... I am probably missing some finer detail but I always assumed that if two things had the same temperature they were at the same temperature otherwise the idea of that scale breaks down a bit surely...

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Replied at: 13 Jan 2011
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