The freezing point or melting point of water is the temperature at which water changes phase from a liquid to a solid or vice versa. The freezing point is the temperature of transition of the liquid to solid while the melting point is the temperature at which water liquefies from a solid. Theoretically, these two temperatures would be the same, but liquids sometimes can be supercooled beyond their freezing points so that they don't become solid until well below freezing point

The Celsius scale is the official temperature scale used worldwide, although the United States still uses the Fahrenheit scale. Under normal conditions water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit).

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