Rock salt alters the chemical composition of water and affects its freezing temperature. When rock salt is dissolved into water, it then separates into individual sodium and chloride ions and prevents the water molecules from re-freezing after the hydrogen bond is broken. The freezing point is lowered from 32 degrees Fahrenheit to approximately 15 degrees.
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