ice point


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ice point

[′īs ‚pȯint]
(physical chemistry)
The true freezing point of water; the temperature at which a mixture of air-saturated pure water and pure ice may exist in equilibrium at a pressure of 1 standard atmosphere (101,325 pascals).
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Ice Point, who is out of an El Gran Senor mare, won the Polla de Potrillos (2,000 Guineas) by four lengths from Insociable, with Lac Azur a further three lengths adrift in third.
That race was on the dirt at Palermo, however, and Ice Point has scored only once in three appearances on the San Isidro turf.
He set a strong pace on Ice Point in Saturday's dirt contest over a mile and made all on the son of Roy, who came home four lengths clear of the favourite, Insociable.