Context isn't really important, but, just the title - I'd like to know what happens, say, if a block of steel's internal temperature is lowered to -100 degrees F. Or any material. It's easy to research extreme heat, for the most part, but not cold. You can't freeze something twice, but the properties of a solid still change as they get lower and lower. I just don't know what all exactly that entails for different materials. I'd love a chart or some kind of quick reference but everything I've found has been really dense and I'm having trouble. I just know that in general, things get more brittle? Uh...right? I'm not looking for a specific material, but rather a general idea. What happens to wood, brick, steel, or anything generic you can think of. And some oddball stuff. Could you freeze a human? Like actually turn someone into ice? I'm guessing you could because we're mostly water. Or, say you had a perfectly normal cityscape. If I dropped a block of some material that internally was -400F, how would that affect the surrounding air and area? How far do the effects go? Same for heat. I guess I don't have a specific question, but I hope I've given a good idea. Thank you for the help!