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water and soda freeze

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Benjamin Odell

on 10 November 2014

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Transcript of water and soda freeze

Graph and Data
Hypothesis
If we freeze water and soda then water will freeze faster
Scientific Question
Does water freeze faster than soda?
Plan for Experiment
Material List
Soda (Pepsi)
Water
Freezer
Ice trays
Thermometer
Results
Put water and soda in ice tray and put in freezer then check on them every 30 minutes until one of the liquids freezes.
Conclusion
Water freezes faster than soda. I know this because I tested it. I put both soda and water in ice trays and put them in the freezer. Then I took
them out every 30 min. 4 hours later I took out the soda and water and the water was frozen
but the soda was not. I think this happens because soda has more ingredients in it so it will take longer the freeze.
After 4 hours water froze but soda did not.
0 Minutes in Freezer
Water vs. Soda
Variables
Control
Freezer temperature
Ice tray
Thickness of liquid
Responding
Time liquid freezes
Manipulated
Type of liquid
Time it Takes for Liquids to Freeze
Facts
Water molecules arrange nicely to make freezing easy
Sugar in water makes it harder to arrange
So it takes colder temperature to freeze


Source: Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
http://van.physics.illinois.edu/qa/listing.php?id=1586
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