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Does Mint Actually Cool Things Down?
Transcript of Does Mint Actually Cool Things Down?
If I put 5 mints in a glass of hot water,then it will not cool things down, because its just a sensation.
The purpose of this experiment is to find out if mint actually cools things down?
Dependent Variable:If mint actually cools things down.
*Pack of regular mints(Altoids,Tic-Tac,Mentos,hard candy mint)
*2 glasses of hot water
*pen and paper for notes
1)Get a glass of hot water and take the temperature with a thermometer.
2)Place 5 mints in the glass of hot water and take the temperature again.
3)Place more mints in the glass of hot water 5 at a time and record whether you see any change at all.You should monitor it for 30 minutes.
4)The other glass of hot water is to be used as a reference .This is because we know that water cools over time and I want to make sure that if there is any change in temperature, it is not independent of time, but of the mints speeding up the cooling process.
5)Record your results.
This research was done to find out does mint actually cool things down.The hypothesis was if i put 5 mints in a glass of hot water ,then it would not cool things down, because it is just a sensation.After doing the experiment my hypothesis was right because it was just a sensation.Although water cools down after time i have took the right temperatures.