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Abstract

The objective: To identify which is the fastest means to cool a have the right to of soda popular music by testing four different gadgets of cooling.

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Purpose

To discover out the fastest means to cool a have the right to of soda.

Hypothesis


I think the fastest way to cool a deserve to of soda is to put it in a freezer compartement.

Materials

•12 cans of soda

•Instant-read digital thermometer

•Two syrofoam coolers

•Ice cubes

•Water

•Clock or timer

•Plastic Wrap

•Pen

•A piece of file

Procedure

1.First, prepare an ice-only bath by including the very same amount of ice to the sryrofoam cooler to totally cover tree cans of soda.

2.Next, prepare an ice-water bathtub by including the same amount of ice cream to a 2nd stryrofoam cooler,then covering the ice with water.

3.Then usage the thermometer to measure the starting temperatures of the freezer, the refrigerator, the ice-only the ice-water, and also each can of soda (total the 12) at room temperature.

4.Write this temperature top top a item of paper.

5.Then, place three can be ~ in every of the cooling devices and also note the beginning time.

6.Wait because that 10 minutes, then quickly take all of the cans the end of cooling devices and also use the thermometer to measure the temperature of each of the cans.

7.Record the temperature on the piece of paper.

8.Then repeat the steps 5 to 7 because that two more times.

9.Make a chart/graph to compare all the results.

10.The cooling device that offers the lowest temperature come the deserve to of soda is the one that cools things the fastest

Observations


At the beginning, every the liquid in each of the cans is at the same temperature (18°C). After ten minutes, the cans in the ice-only and also in the ice-water have the lowest temperature (8°C), yet the deserve to in the refrigerator has actually the greatest temperature. After twenty minutes, the can in the ice-only has the coolest temperature, yet the have the right to in the refrigerator has the highest temperature. Lastly, after ~ thirty minutes, the temperature of the can in the ice-water unexpectedly dropped much more than the can in the ice-only and the have the right to in the refrigerator is still the one that has the highest possible temperature.

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Conclusion


Based top top the results, the can of soda in the ice-only maker cooled the can of soda the more quickly in 20 minutes, however I realized that my last have the right to of soda in the ice-only machine was not wrapped around evely with the ice and therefore, after another10 minutes, the temperature of the deserve to actually went backup a small bit.

The can of soda in the ice-water maker cooled the can the fastest in 30 minutes. Due to the fact that the ice cream water wrapped approximately the can be ~ of soda evenly, the temperature that the cans kept dropping.

The frozen fridge is not a great device for cooling any kind of drink because the temperature just dopped through 4 levels in 30 minutes. If I needed a cool drink quickly, I absolutely wouldn"t put my drink in the refrigerator.

The freezer is a good devicefor cooling if you deserve to wait for 30 minutes.

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The conclusion is that i was wrong and that the ice water maker was the one that cool the can be ~ the fastest in 30 minutes.

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