today i had an argument with my friends as we spoke about making of eisbock beer. To put it easily. I say that it is possible for the water to freeze quickly in homogenous solution of alcohol+water than the alcohol. My friends say that it is impossible and homogenous solution has exact temperature for melting so no compound cant freeze quickly in homogenous solution of alcohol and water. Considering to my experience i think that if you put alcoholic drink in freezer, you can see small crystals od ice in it, but i am not absolutely sure. I am also interested in how such solution freezes. I imagine that that water is first to freeze and then the alcohol is freezing until both compounds reach some point of equilibrium of solidness so then then the solution seems solid.
Thank you all for your opinion on this interesting topic