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I understand basic explanation of Mpemba effect like this: Distant molecules are easier to realign into new formations. But if we compared two bottles of water like in Mpemba effect and one of them had 4°C and the colder one 0°C would be outcome the same (4°C would freeze faster)?

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Yes,it is possible.The hotter water could reach the temperature of the colder so to do ice formation begin while the colder water is appearing the supercooling effect.

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