melt faster in water.
an ice cube will melt in hot water faster than hot air
an ice cube melts faster in water.it depends on the temperature of the air or water, if the water is warmer than the room air temperature, it will melt faster in the water.
An ice cube melts faster in water than in air due to the transfer of heat. Water can transfer heat to melt the ice quicker than the air can.
It depends which is at a higher temperature, but ice should normally melt faster in air.
i think in water. warm water
if it is hot water it tends to melt faster but if it is cold water it wont melt quickly
It depends if its hot water but it will still melt faster in cold water tha the air.
A good way to make a hypothesis is to use an "if... then..." statement. If you think it will melt faster in water you could say: "If the ice cube in is water, then it will melt faster than in air" or something along the lines of that.
Most likely hot water.
Because water is a part of an ice cube
If it is in water it will start to become the same temprature as the water. But if it is on paper towel the air aroud itwill melt the ice cube.
water Ice takes about 1- 2 hours to melt with salt and about 5 hours with air
you use ice,water,2 plate or bucket,and air
apex The data supported the hypothesis.
The melting rate of an ice depends on the temperature of the surrounding. If the temperature is higher in the surrounding then the ice will melt at a faster rate and if the temperature is low then it will take more time to melt. The process of heat exchange is important whether it is air or water.
Yes; because the rushing water will use (erosion) to wear it away faster than the temperature surrounding the ice cube in the air will
The heat capacity of water is higher than of air (at the same temperature) so melting ice goes faster in water
air does not melt.
It depends on the circumstances. If the volume of air and water that the cube is in contact with are constant, then it would melt faster in water because water is a better conductor of heat than air, assuming that the air and water are initially the same temperature. However, if the water volume is limited (like a glass of water), the water would quickly become colder as the ice melts, and the melting process would slow down. It is assumed that in everyday circumstances the volume of air around an ice cube is not so limited, and that natural currents would replace the cooled air quickly, and therefore the temperature of the surrounding air would stay the same. In this case, the cube in the air would melt slower than the one in water initially, but as the water cooled down, the one in air would then melt faster.
Water because of its higher conductivity. it is the air
the water may be a warmer temperature than the air. why does ice melt faster in water than in air
I think it all depends. What is the ambient temperature of the air or water and what kind of water (moving water or settled, salt or distilled)? With all things being equal it will melt faster in the water because of what scientists call convection current.
In an open container because the warm air can melt the ice faster.
That all depends on the size of the ice cube and the water and air temperature. According to the square/cube law, smaller ice cubes will melt faster, proportionately, than larger ice cubes at the same temperature. So a block of ice will last longer than the same weight of ice in cubes. The greater the surface area exposed, the faster the ice will melt. Ice in water will tend to melt slower than ice in air, which is why you would typically NOT want to dump cold water out of an ice chest, provided the food will not get wet. Running a stream of warm water over an ice cube will melt it much faster than blowing warm air on it.
One is the temperature of the water could be warmerSecondly when an ice cube is in water, conduction takes place. The kinetic energy of the water particles more time.moves to the ice causing it to melt. When in air radiation or convection must take place which will take