Table of Contents Tittle page | Page 1 | Table of Contents | Page 2 | Abstract | Page 3 | Research paper | Page 4 | Glossary | Page 5 | Question Hypothesis and, Independent Variable, also Dependent Variable | Page 6 | Procedures | Page7 | Data Analysis | Page 8 | Conclusion | Page 9 | Reflection | Page 10 | Bibliography | Page 11 |
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1. Conduction: The transfer of heat between two parts of a stationary system, caused by a temperature difference between the parts.
2. Convection: The transfer of heat by the circulation or movement of the heated parts of a liquid or gas.
3. Density: The state or quality of being dense; compactness; closely set or crowded condition.
4. Heat Transfer: The process whereby heat moves from one body or substance to another by radiation, conduction, convection, or a combination of these methods
5. Radiation: The process in which energy is emitted as particles or waves.
6. Styrofoam Cooler: A cooler shaped as a box made out of Styrofoam used to cool drinks and store stuff
7. Volume: The amount of space occupied by a three dimensional object or region of space. Volumes are expressed in cubic units.
8. Kinetic theory of matter: A theory that matter is composed of small particles, all in random motion.
9. Temperature: A measure of the warmth or coldness of an object or reference to standard value.
10. Celsius (C): Relating to a temperature scale on which freezing point of water 0 degrees and the boiling point of water is 100 degrees under normal atmospheric pressure.
11.Fahrenheit(F): Of or relating to a temperature scale that registers the freezing point of water as 32°F and the boiling point as 212° at one atmosphere of pressure.
Question: Which soda cools the fastest in cooling areas? Hypothesis: If the type of the Cooling used with ice, water or freezer changes then which way will it cool the fastest?
Independent variable: Freezer, Cold water, Ice
Dependent variable: Temperature of the water in Styrofoam cooler, and the amount of ice.
* 12 cans of soda (room temperature) * Instant read digital thermometer * Two Styrofoam coolers * Ice cubes * Water Clock/timer * Plastic Wrap
Procedure: 1) Step 1 you will need to do are study and research some background information about my terms, concepts and, some of the questions I have about my project. 2) Step 2 you will need to do is collect the Styrofoam cooler and add enough ice to it that it will completely cover three cans of soda. 3) Step 3 you will need to prepare an ice-water bath by adding the same amount of ice to the second Styrofoam cooler, but this time cover the ice with water. 4) Now you will need to use your instant read digital thermometer to measure the: * freezer compartment * the refrigerator * the ice-only bath * the ice-water bath * Each room-temperature can of soda. You’ll need to open the cans of soda to take the temperature of the liquid inside. To subtract evaporation, cover the opening with a tad of plastic wrap after…