What are the ingridients for hot ice?
Hot Ice, Sodium Acetate, is made from vinegar and baking soda.
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Answer . I dont understand what you mean by "ingredients" but I presume that you want to know the chemical composition of rice?
Hot ice is crystallized sodium acetate trihydrate. If normal sodium acetate dissolved in water crystallises it will generate heat(it's called an exothermic reaction), that's w…hy it's called hot ice. So hot ice isn't real ice: water/H 2 O in it's solid state. It's crystallized sodium acetate dissolved in water Molecular formulas: Sodium Acetate: NaCH 3 COO Sodium Acetate trihydrate: NaCH 3 COO . 3H 2 O
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Milk, starter culture, salt + rennet. Sometimes moulds are added.
Normal H 2 O(water) ice can't be hot. If the temperature get's above 0 C it will become liquid. Only under extremely high pressure ice will remain in it's solid state at highe…r temperature. But you can make hot ice by dissolving a special powder called sodiumacetate(can be bought easilly and cheap online) in water. And then touch it with your finger. But then its not 'real' ice, the official name is sodium acetate trihydrate. If you go to YouTube and search for 'sodium acetate', you'll get the coolest videos.
Sugar, Gelatine, Food Acids, Flavours & Colours. That's pretty much it.
Water, ethyl alcohol, juniper berry flavor, and a mixture of other natural flavoring ingredients. The exact recipes are proprietary secrets.
Ice is cold, in the form of water put in a freezer. But some special reactions, such as Instant Ice, emit heat as the supercooling reaction releases energy.
Normal cold ice is water in its solid form. Hot ice water is water WITH sodiumacetate disolved in it. (official name: sodium ethanoate, Na + CH 3 COO - ) If you touch it,… you will trigger a exothermic reaction, that means it creates heat. That's why it's called cold hot ice. So hot ice actually isn't real ice.
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If you mean a product like Icy Hot for sore muscles, two chemicals react in the wrap to produce warmth or heat.