Fatty acyl elongation is an endoplasmic reaction. There are other biochemical reactions that take place in the endoplasmic reticulum too.
Pure ethanol freezes at -114 °C (-173.2 degree Fahrenheit). Alcoholic beverages will freeze somewhere between -114 °C and 0 °C depending on the alcohol content.
The kind of alcohol that people can drink is called ethanol and it has a freezing point of -114 degrees Celsius (-114 °C). However, there are many other kinds of alcohol (such as methanol, rubbing alcohol or inspirational, banal, and many others) and each one has a different freezing point. Water freezes at 0 °C and the coldest most home model freezers will go down to -18 °C. That is why alcoholic beverages won't freeze in your home freezer. However, most alcoholic beverage are not pure ethanol, but instead a mixture of water and ethanol. The freezing point of the mixture depends on how much of each component is in it. For instance, something with only 1% ethanol will freeze just a little below 0 °C, whereas something with 95% ethanol will freeze pretty close to -114 °C. How much ethanol is in a particular alcoholic beverage is listed on the bottle, either as a percentage or as a "proof" which is just 2 times the percentage (100 proof =B= 50% ethanol).
The quality of energy decreases when you use it due to the second law of thermodynamics. Essentially, the energy spent from various reactions is processed, which reduces the amount of work needed to extract it.
Cadmium Caesium Calcium Californium Cerium Chromium Cobalt Copper Curium Californium and Curium are "synthetic" elements but are classified as "rare Earth metals." Both are highly radio-active. The two non-metals that begin with "C" are Carbon and Chlorine.
juice freezes in the freezer because all liquids will freeze at least well that's what i saw that happended when i froze put my juice to freeze.
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