Water Colder Than Ice

Put a lump of ice into an equal quantity of water, heated to 176

degrees, the result will be, that the fluid will be no hotter than

water just beginning to freeze; but if a little sea salt be added to

the water, and it be heated only to 166 or 170, a fluid will be

produced colder than the ice was at first.

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