/ˈæn tɪˌfriz, ˈæn ti-/
a liquid used in the radiator of an internal-combustion engine to lower the
of the cooling medium.
a liquid, usually ethylene glycol (ethanediol), added to cooling water to lower its freezing point, esp for use in an internal-combustion engine
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Somebody might get careless and put antifreeze in where the oil is supposed to go.
It is my opinion that ever one would it is a mixture of steroids and polyethylene glycol, a neuro toxin, clinical antifreeze.
Expression of antifreeze proteins in transgenic plants.
It is a square, perhaps six to ten feet on a side, and is filled with antifreeze.
These were clear plastic cups dug into the dirt, and partly filled with antifreeze.
They're made of polyethylene terephthalate, one component of which is basically antifreeze.
On the other hand, my turkeys must be pumping antifreeze through their veins.
The heat transfer fluid could be standard auto water-antifreeze solution or motor oil.
Natural antifreeze allows it to survive and even thrive in water temperatures that would freeze the blood of any other known fish.
The stream below is the vibrant color of blue antifreeze, dashing against car-size boulders.
Ammonia spotted in the jets could act as antifreeze in under-ice oceans.
From paintable solar cells to antifreeze paint inspired by fish blood.
To keep ice crystals out of ice cream, some researchers have tried adding antifreeze proteins from polar fish.
Antifreeze seems to have become the latest example of products whose prices keep climbing even as demand levels out or declines.
So the tree stops producing chlorophyll, stores sugars for antifreeze protection, and sheds tender leaves.
Methyl or wood alcohol sold as a gas-line antifreeze and de-icing agent is an excellent choice for camp stove use.
Toothpaste tainted with an ingredient in antifreeze.
Keep a spare in the trunk, along with jumper cables, oil and extra coolant or antifreeze.
Check your owner's manual for information on when to change antifreeze.
Antifreeze is a substance added to a solvent, such as water, to lower its freezing point.
Four of the nine derailed tank cars contained methanol, which is used as an antifreeze and is flammable.
Their skin contains a kind of protective antifreeze.
Evidently, the antifreeze clogs and has to be flushed.
Antifreeze much better than anything in your car is now pumped into a client's corpse.