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    Coloured Ice Chips

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    My role in this group investigation was to record the time of how long it took for each coloured ice to melt on a metal and plastic surface. I also found links to curriculum followed by finding real-world applications which linked to our experiment. The research which I carried out for the science investigation focused on heat energy which related to conduction. The investigation consisted of finding out which coloured ice cube (yellow and blue) with 1, 2 and 3 drops of colour melted faster on metal and plastic. The energy source used to identify which coloured ice cube melted faster was heat from the sun. Conduction occurs regularly in nature and is the transferred from heat through physical contact. Particles that move faster near other particles ‘excite’. The movement of particles increase in a solid and overpower the togetherness which grasp the particles together only if heated sufficiently (Science Learning Hub, 2009). Fundamentally, I found out the reasoning behind heat melting ice on different surfaces.…

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    Ice Fishing Mistake

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    This mistake has haunted me for my entire life, and it will continue to haunt me in the future. Every time I get a big fish on my ice fishing pole, he snaps the line because of the drag not being set correctly, and he gets away. He’s so rare to find on the end of your pole, although i’ve had so many chances. One day though, that big fish will find himself on top of the ice. Every time I go ice fishing, I hope for the fish that I have lost so many times. This all elusive fish that bites so few…

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    “Presently, 10 percent of land area on Earth is covered with glacial ice, including glaciers, ice caps, and the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica.” (nsidc.org). But, that is changing fast in the modern world. As the temperature of Erath has gone up in the last century. “Averaged over all land and ocean surfaces, temperatures have warmed roughly 1.33°F (0.74ºC) …” (globalclimate.ucr.edu). This has led to many wondering what the possible outcomes for the future of the planet. This is…

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    Dry Ice Research Paper

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    Science Fair: Dry Ice Popsicles Made from dry ice and various drinks, Dry Ice popsicles are possible. Using these two simple matters, you too can create these popsicles. They’re enjoyable for everyone of any age. With only a few simple items and a brief history of soda and dry ice, you know how they work and how to conduct your own at home science experiment. Dry Ice is a cold, solid matter that many people are fascinated by. Carbon Dioxide is used to create this interesting matter. Dry ice…

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    Geoscientist have recently brought an end to a once mind boggling mystery of how large lakes that sit above the Greenland ice sheet drain billions of gallons of water in hours! The Greenland ice sheet extends about 656,000 miles covering most of the island. As ice melts it creates huge lake but these massive lakes are soon empty of water; where does it go? “In 2006, Greenland's North Lake, a 2.2 square-mile (5.6 square kilometers) supraglacial meltwater lake, drained almost 12 billion gallons…

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    Does rock salt effect ice? Rock salt effects the boiling and freezing point of ice. Salt has always helped the roads when it is icy in the winter, but a new idea for the roads may be the use of beet juice. In group A with the little bit of ice and water, that we continued to stir, the temperature decreased from 2°C to .5°C in five minutes. In group B, 10 grams of rock salt was added to the ice water and stirred. The temperature of the mixture decreased from -1°C to -6°C in five minutes. After…

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    Hot Ice Research Paper

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    testing different methods of melting ice. The solution resulting from the experiment can be used throughout the world to make our roads safer. The literary reviews for this experiment are from two different sources, which both identify problems and potential solutions that relate to this experiment. Virginia’s Road Anti-Icing, Pre-Treatment, and De-Icing article addresses several treatment types, the dangers of black ice, and the different…

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    Ice Cream

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    INTRODUCTION Ice cream coined from the term iced cream is a frozen dessert made from milk and cream and mixed with other ingredients to bring various kinds of flavors. Sometimes they are mixed with fruits or sweets as toppings to bring out different flavours. Normally sugars are added in the mixture but sometimes other types of sweeteners are also added. Sometimes artificial colourings and flavorings are also added to bring out different flavours. The ingredients mixed properly are stirred…

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    Perfect Ice Cream

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    can freeze and stop the machine while you are using it. Now, for your ice-cream base. Remember, this is the fundamental mixture that you need to make a perfect ice cream. To make a perfect ice cream base: • The basic ratio to make a heavenly base is 2-8 yolks for 3 cups of dairy product. Adjust a number of egg yolks according to your desire. If you want a lighter base, decrease cream and yolks then put more milk. If you want a richer mixture, do the opposite. Yolks enhance the texture of…

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    Dry Ice-In-Fog Lab

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    Experiment 1: Scientific Writing and Integrity Procedure 1. A Molecular Explanation of How the Fog is Produced when Dry Ice is placed in Water The main goal of the article written is to try to figure out where the dry ice-in-water-fog (DIWF) was coming from, for there has been discussion if the fog is coming from the water or if it is coming from the dry ice being sublimed. In their terms, they hope “to describe on molecular terms what may be happening in this demonstration” (644). Researchers…

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