Guess what...IT WORKED! I left the cups of water on the counter for 24 hours and then froze them. This time they melted in the exact opposite order. The tap water melted first, and then the filtered and then the distilled. Thank you for helping me with my experiment. This is a really interesting experiment.
By Lance Cooper
October 24, 2011
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