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Which Liquid freezes the fastest?

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Mr. Guglielmi

on 18 May 2015

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Transcript of Which Liquid freezes the fastest?

Hypothesis
If I put liquids in plastic cups then wait awhile the water will freeze the fastest!
milk
orange juice
water
pop
4 clear plastic cups
1 measuring cup
4 popsicle sticks
1 freezer
1 tray
1 timer
1 pen/marker
Procedure:
1. Get materials out.
2. Pour 1/4 cup of each liquid into the clear plastic cups.
3. Write the names of the liquids on each popsicle stick.
4. Put popsicle sticks into each cup.
5. Gently pick the cups up and place them on the tray.
6. Place the tray in the freezer
7. Wait 30 minutes and check each cup.
8. Repeat step 7 and type data into iPad table.


Materials Photo
Thank you!
Question:
Out of orange juice, water, milk, and pop, which liquid freezes the fastest?
Variables
1. Using more liquid in each cup.
2. Checking on them every 15 minutes.
3. Using different liquids.
4. Using glass cups instead of plastic.
Which Liquid freezes the fastest?
Experiment with liquids in cups
Made by : Gianna Guglielmi
Which is your hypothesis?
Experiment with Popsicle Sticks
Experiment in the freezer
Experiment looking at frozen liquids
Observations
Materials
After 30 minutes:
I observed that the orange juice and pop got slushy. The water is turning into ice. The milk is getting hard around the cup.
After 1 1/2 hours:
I observed that the orange juice and pop got more slushy. The water turned completely into ice. The milk was only liquid in the center.
Conclusions
If I put liquids into cups then check every 30 minutes, water will freeze the fastest.
Water freezes fastest because water doesn't contain other ingredients. Water is H2O, hydrogen and oxygen.
Questions???
Data Table
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