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Do Drinks Stay Colder In Cans Or Bottles?

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Alesha Hester

on 10 December 2013

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Transcript of Do Drinks Stay Colder In Cans Or Bottles?

Procedure
1. Take the thermometer and put it in the drink and measure the temperature of the can and the bottle.
2. If not at the same temperature, either make the other colder or hotter by putting it in the refrigerator or putting it in the sun for a little while.
3. Set a timer for 30 minutes.
4. Turn the timer on and leave the liquids until the 30 minutes are up.
5. After the 30 minutes are up take the thermometer and record the temperature again.
6. Repeat all the steps for each liquid.
Abstract
Most stores carry drinks in cans and bottles. The problem is, which one keeps the drink colder? The hypothesis is that the cans will keep the drinks colder because the bottles are plastic and will probably get warm faster. I think the can’s aluminum will keep the cool air in longer. Plastic was first invented in the 19th century and was supposed to replace common materials such as ivory, rubber, and shellac. Cans were first invented in 1965 and were made of aluminum. Temperature is the measurement of how hot or cold something is. The materials used was a plastic bottle, aluminum can, thermometer, timer, soda, and water. The main thing you need to do is make sure the drinks are at room temperature. Then leave the drinks out for 30 minutes. After the 30 minutes are up record the temperature. After keeping each drink in a can and bottle for 30 minutes, I saw that the can kept the drinks cooler four out of five times. That proved the hypothesis to be correct. Canned drinks keep drinks cooler.
Purpose
The problem is, which one keeps the drink colder?
Hypothesis
The cans will keep the drinks colder because the bottles are plastic and will probably get warm faster.I also think the can’s aluminum will keep the cool air in longer.
Results
After testing each liquid the results prove that the can keeps drinks colder. That proved the hypothesis to be correct. Cans keep drinks colder longer.
Conclusion
In conclusion, this experiment was very profitable. It helps people who are trying to find out if they should buy the canned soda or the bottled soda. Results show that the cans keep drinks colder.
Do Drinks Stay Colder In Cans Or Bottles?
Materials
Plastic bottle, aluminum can, thermometer, timer, soda, and water.
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