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Does an ice cube melt faster in air or water?

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Transcript of Does an ice cube melt faster in air or water?

Hypothesis
I personally think that the ice cube will melt faster in room-temperature water.
Materials
1. cup (clear)

2. glass bowl

3. 2 ice cubes

4. room-temperature water
Conclusion
Ice cubes melt fastest in room-temperature water. Ice cubes melt slower in air.
Haleigh's Science Project
Does an ice cube melt faster in air or water?
Data
I'm going to see which ice cube melts faster. I'm going to see how long it takes for both of them to melt.

Procedure
The ice cube in the room-temperature water melted the fastest. It took 8 minutes to melt. The one in the bowl took 35 minutes.
1. First, you need to get a glass bowl,and a clear cup with water ready.

2.Next, you drop an ice cube in the glass bowl and clear cup.

3. Finally, you wait to see which ice cube melts faster!
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