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How can adding different flavors of Kool-Aid affect the wate
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The purpose for my experiment is to see how the water’s boiling point is affected when I add different Kool-Aid flavors. For the experiment I used 5 flavors, Strawberry, Mango, Watermelon, Orange, and Grape. My hypothesis is that the boiling point of the water will take less time boil. I think the flavors could result in the boiling point to increase. The water could start to evaporate due to the more condiments that are put in. The procedures include measuring a 1 cup of water. Then, adding 1 flavor kool-aid packet into the water. Next, stirring the water until it changes color. Next, boil the water in a small pot until the boiling point. Use timer to time how many seconds it takes to boil. Write down boiling point of water and time. Restart and go back to step one but, add and mix another different flavor of kool-aid. Keep doing that until you have used all the flavors. My results were that I found that by adding different flavors it increased the boiling point and decreased the time it took to boil the water. My conclusions were that it took more time to boil the flavors all together than to boil them separately.
The purpose of my experiment is to find out if adding different flavors of Kool-Aid affect the waters boiling point. I chose this project because what does Kool-Aid have that could affect the boiling point? Water's boiling point is 212*F and I would like to know if by adding Kool-Aid Flavors it would affect it because of its ingredients or its solution. I want to know if each flavor had the boiling point as the one before or if it changes. I also want to know if by adding the flavors it would reduce its boiling point or increase it, and if it takes more time than adding two flavors than 4.
1) Measure 1 cup of water.
2) Add 1 flavor kool-aid packet into water.
3) Stir water until it changes color.
4) Boil water in a pot.
5) Use thermometer to measure the boiling point and use stop watch to see how long it takes to boil.
6) Write down boiling point of water and time it took to boil.
7) Restart and go back to step one but, mix in a different flavor of kool-aid.
8) Keep doing this until you have used all the flavors
Based on my research on if adding different kool-aid flavors affect waters boiling point, my hypothesis is that the boiling point of a liquid depends on the atmospheric pressure but, the boiling point also depends on what you put in the water. The flavors could result in the boiling point to decrease. The water could start evaporating due to the condiments that were put in.
For my project i'm going to need a (1) cooking pot, 2 of each kind of Kool-Aid flavors, (1) thermometer, (1) stopwatch, and (1) measuring cup.
How can adding different flavors of Kool-Aid affect the waters boiling point?
How can adding different flavors of Kool-Aid affect the waters boiling point? I found that by adding different flavors it increased the boiling point and decreased the time it took to boil the water. My hypothesis, mixing more flavors together would increase the boiling point, was correct. From this experiment, I learned that the boiling point of water can drastically change by mixing and adding flavors within the water. If I were to complete this experiment again, I would add more flavors into a bigger pot of water and see how long it would take to boil.
For my first flavor I chose Peach Mango, when I began to boil this flavor it took about 30 seconds to boil. Its boiling point was at 181*F. My second flavor (watermelon) took about 40 seconds and its boiling point was at 190* F. My third flavor Strawberry took 50 seconds to boil and its boiling point was at 200* F. My fourth flavor was orange and it took 39 seconds and its point was at 203* F. My last flavor was grape and it took 34 seconds to boil and its boiling point was 210*F. The seconds were increasing but, at the last 2 flavors it decreased drastically. The boiling points increased by a lot. The more higher the boiling point was it decreased the seconds.