Even if you keep petrol in the fridge for 2-3 days, it will not freeze!
You must have stored a lot of ice and ice cream in the fridge to date. Many times, when something is left in the freezer for a long time, then the ice starts freezing in it too. But have you ever wondered what will happen if petrol is kept in the fridge? Will it turn into ice? We are going to tell you about this.
First of all, you should know that any kind of substance has a different freezing point. When taken to the lowest temperature state up to the freezing point, it begins to freeze.
Everything like water, milk, edible oil, crude oil all have different formulas. They all have different boiling and freezing points.
One molecule of water contains 2 molecules of hydrogen and one molecule of oxygen and its freezing point is zero °C. On the other hand, the formula of petrol is CnH2n+2. It is mainly a compound of carbon and hydrogen. The freezing point of petrol is much lower than that of water. The freezing point of petrol is -60 degrees Celsius. Only if we take petrol to -60 degrees, its ice will start to freeze.
In the fridges that are present in the house, the minimum temperature of the freezer is only from 0 to -4. Apart from this, the minimum temperature of deep freezers in which ice cream or cold drink is kept is from -9 to -18 degrees Celsius. Therefore, if we keep petrol in the fridge for the whole day or even for two or three days, it will not turn into ice.