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Can the temp of a solid be lower than its freezing point?

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    Yes, it will simply be the solid at whatever temperature.

    Think of it this way: liquid iron freezes at 1538 °C. Iron at room temperature is at 25 °C, which is 1513 °C below its freezing point.

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