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Boiling liquids experiment

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Dylan Penney

on 16 March 2015

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Boiling liquids experiment
Will different liquids boil at different rates?
Hypothesis
Problem:
I think different liquids will boil at different rates because their particles are different.
Variables:
Control variables
Amount of liquids, boiling pots and start temperatures.
Dependent variable
Amount of time the liquids take to boil
Independent variable
Type of liquids
Materials:
1 pot, timer, measuring cup, 1 cup of milk, water, apple juice.
Procedure:
Pour 1 cup of room temperature liquid in pot. put pot on pre-heated stove. start timer as soon as pot touches stove. stop timer as soon as liquid starts boiling. Cool down pot and repeat.
Result:
time liquids took to boil (min)
-milk: 1:31
-water 1:23
-apple juice: 1:21
Conclusion:
The liquids boiled at different rates.
Was my hypothesis correct?
Yes, because the liquids boiled at different rates.
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