Science Of Water By: Tyisha Brown EL Mr. Leingang 5 th period, science Class.

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Science Of Water By: Tyisha Brown EL Mr. Leingang 5 th period, science Class

Materials 3 Different types of liquids 3 Different types of liquids 3 Different Bottles (to put liquids in) 3 Different Bottles (to put liquids in) 1 Measuring cup (measure liquids) 1 Measuring cup (measure liquids) 6 Labels (To label bottles and stopwatches) 6 Labels (To label bottles and stopwatches) Freezer Freezer 3 Stopwatches (to time liquids freeze, one for each liquid) 3 Stopwatches (to time liquids freeze, one for each liquid)

Question and Hypothesis How does the type of liquid affect the time it takes for it to freeze?How does the type of liquid affect the time it takes for it to freeze? As the liquid has more ingredients, then the time it takes to freeze will be longer because the added things will take longer to freeze. As the liquid has more ingredients, then the time it takes to freeze will be longer because the added things will take longer to freeze.

Procedure 1. Set up like diagram 2. Put one cup of each liquid in the bottles 3. Put bottles in freezer (start stopwatch) 4. Check liquid every 20 minutes (record info) 5.When liquid is solid take out freezer 6. Record how long it took to freezer 7. Repeat steps 1-5 for trials 2 and 3

VARIBLES MV: Type of liquid MV: Type of liquid RV: Time it takes to freeze RV: Time it takes to freeze CV: Amount of water in bottles CV: Amount of water in bottles CV: Type of bottles CV: Type of bottles

Data Table

Abstract 1.The purpose of me doing this experiment is to find out if the orange juice, Pepsi, and water will freeze first. 2.I believed that the water would freeze first. 3.There was no major errors in my project it was just hard to check it every 20 minutes. I learned that the more sugar and acid in a drink the longer it will take to freeze. I learned that the more sugar and acid in a drink the longer it will take to freeze.

Conclusion I thought that if the drink had more sugar and acid in it, it will take longer to freeze. My results showed that my hypothesis was right. I can prove this because the water took 55:09 to freeze and the Pepsi took 72:26 to freeze. So if I was to do the experiment over the Pepsi would take the longest and the water the fastest.

Background Information Freezing point of water is 32 degrees F Freezing point of water is 32 degrees F Freezers temperature 0-30 degrees F Freezers temperature 0-30 degrees F Freezing point of orange juice is 0 degrees C Freezing point of orange juice is 0 degrees C Any liquid with sugar and acid in it will take longer to freeze Any liquid with sugar and acid in it will take longer to freeze Water freezes faster than orange juice and Pepsi Water freezes faster than orange juice and Pepsi Pop takes longer to freeze because of the acid Pop takes longer to freeze because of the acid

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