# Question #d1e54

Yes, but only at $- {114}^{o} C$
The melting point (when it changes from a solid to a liquid) for alcohol is a lot lower than it is for water. Whereas water has a melting point of ${0}^{o} C$, the melting point for alcohol is $- {114}^{o}$. So alcohol can be frozen, but only in very low temperatures (a home freezer goes down to about $- {10}^{o} C$ and very cold freezers can go from around $- {50}^{o} C$ to $- {90}^{o} C$) Hope this helped!