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Baffle Your Skin- An Experiment

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Sophia Radford

on 31 October 2012

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Transcript of Baffle Your Skin- An Experiment

A Temperature Experiment Baffle Your Skin The Experiment: Part One To do the experiment, I put my left hand in the The Setup First, I took out 3 bowls of water, each with different temperatures. The experiment I am going to do is called Baffle Your Skin. I found it in the Science Textbook. It is relative to temperature. I found it really interesting. The Experiment: Part Two After keeping both hands in the room temperature water for about 30 seconds, I then did the experiment again, but in reverse. I put my right hand in the cold water and my left hand in the hot water. Then I put them both in the room temperature water. The Analysis The way your skin feels temperature depends on your body heat. After putting my hand in the freezing cold water, the room temperature water felt warm. After having the other hand in the hot water, the room temperature water felt cold! By Sophia Radford Intro Cold Room Temperature Hot cold water, and I put my right hand in the hot water. I waited for about a minute, then put both hands in the room temperature water. Temp of
Original Water Temp of New Water Feeling Accuracy Cold Room Warm Wrong Warm Room Cold Wrong This experiment proves that your skin is not an accurate measure of temperature.
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