Posted by **Pat** on Friday, December 8, 2006 at 4:08pm.

Seawater of average salinity freezes at about:

a. 32 degrees F

b. 0 degrees C

c. -2 degrees C

d. -10 degrees F

I think it's -2 degrees C but want to be sure. Please check for me. Thanks

That's right. The freezing temp of sea water is given in that last wikipedia reference I gave you. If I remember correctly it is -1.6 degrees so -2 would be the correct answer.

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