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Old 05-09-2006, 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by blackstar
I need to know what kind of experiments to use in Freezing Point of Water,
but what I really need to know is how and what melts ice and how fast?
Are you testing how different substances affect the freezing point of water? Or are you testing for the freezing point of water (which is 0 degrees Celsuis, by the way?)

What melts ice? Salts. Any salt, including table salt. As for how fast, it's not really a fast factor. Salts lower the melting point, which is why it melts. So if you put more, it melts quicker. Also, different salts have different melting speeds. You should google it and research about it.
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