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Which Frozen Liquid Will Melt The Fastest?

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Dawid Dabrowski

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Which Frozen Liquid Will Melt The Fastest?
Dawid Dabrowski

Abstract
I did this experiment to find out which liquids melt the fastest. I choose Starbucks coffee, gatorade, water and orange juice as my liquids.
Purpose
My purpose for this experiment was to find out which frozen liquid will melt the fastest and which will melt the slowest.
Hypothesis
My hypothesis for this experiment is that water will be the one that will melt the fastest and the slowest will probably be coffee.
Materials
The materials that I needed are
4 Different Types of Liquid
An Ice Cube tray
Stopwatch
Plates
Freezer
Paper

Procedure
1.Gather all the materials
2.Pour in the 4 liquids which are water,coffee,orange juice,gatorade into the ice cube tray.
3.Place in the freezer until frozen(approx:3hours)
4.After the liquids froze , take them out of the freezer.
5.Then individually place on each plate and start the timer.
6.Leave the timer on until each of the frozen liquids are defrosted.
7.Write down the times the frozen liquids took to to unfreez on piece o paper.


Data and Results
Conclusion
To my suprise my hypothesis was wrong.I thought water would be the fastest one that would melt but it was the slowest. The winner was coffee followed by gatorade followed by orange juice and finally water.
References
1.Mae, Lily.. (Year, Month. Day ). In Science Projects About Frozen Liquids. Retrieved Month. Day, Year, from http://www.ehow.com/info_7977711_science-projects-frozen-liquids.html
2.(Year, Month. Day ). Retrieved Month. Day, Year, from https://www.hw-secure.com/terimore/shopdisplayproducts.asp?catalogid=461
3.Year, Month. Day ). In Which liquid will melt the Fastest?. Retrieved Month. Day, Year, from http://quizlet.com/10197842/which-liquid-will-melt-the-fastest-flash-cards/
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