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Does ice melt faster in a room temperature glass or in a frozen glass?

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ice melt in the room temperature

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The flame should have two cones when it is hottest. The inner cone will melt the glass faster as it burnes at a higher temperature.


it would melt faster in a glass container faster.


yes ice cream does melt faster than frozen yogurt because it has ice and cream in it that makes it melt faster and frozen yogurt has yogurt in it which makes it thicker and since its frozen it makes it even more thicker so ice cream does melt faster than frozen yogurt.thats why ice cream is faster melt than yogurt.


ice can melt at room temperature. Anything that is liquid at room temperature would, in its frozen state, melt at room temperature. Oils, beverages and mercury - if in a frozen state - would melt when exposed to room temperature.


Ice melt faster in a warmer temperature because the molecules in ice move more freely in a warmer temperature allowing it to melt faster.


Frozen ice cream would take longer to melt.


This is because the grape juice is dark so it absorbs heat which makes it melt faster.


Yes it does, as meat does not melt.


It probably is that frozen candles will melt faster


yes, frozen desserts have a melting point like anything else. If the temperature exceeds that, the dessert will melt.


the reason ice cream melt faster because of the ingredients causing to melt faster! (BTW i just guess)


glass collects more heat than plastic so yes an icecube can melt more faster on glass than on plastic


Salt water freezes at a lower temperature, which is why salt is used to melt road ice. In an environment where the temperature is slowly getting warmer as to melt the ice, frozen salt water will melt quicker than ice.


Faster in warm weather. Ambient temperature is what affects the melting point of frozen products. If you take a popsicle out of a -32F freezer into a room at 70F it will melt faster than taking it out into 50 degree F outdoor temperatures.


the plastic keeps any heat in but the glass conducts is so it can melt fster


It depends on the temperature of the water. If the fresh water is warmer, then it will melt quickest in the fresh water. If the saltwater is warmer, then it will melt quickest in the saltwater. If the water is frozen (regardless of saltwater or freshwater), the ice won't melt at all.


No. Salt water melts faster because salt makes the freezing point lower (meaning that it makes it less frozen and the temperature higher) so it can melt faster. Why do you think people put salt on the sidewalk when it snows?


tea, its hot so its going to melt it faster.


A salt water icecube has a lower freezing temperature and so will melt faster.


Water has a higher temperature in ice causing it to melt faster.


Yes it depends what is bigger and what is colder. So if the sorbet was big and completely frozen it would have a long time distance to melt.


Temperature affects glass like it does anything else. If the temperature of glass gets high enough, it will melt. There is not a typical melting point for glass, as it depends on the composition.


Salt causes ice to melt faster because it lowers the freezing point of ice, which means it has to be colder than 0o Celsius for the ice to remain frozen. However, it is not only salt that causes ice to melt faster. Adding anything which will dissolve in water (for example, sugar or baking soda) would also make ice melt faster. This is because when water contains impurities, its vapor pressure is lower, and so it freezes at a lower temperature and boils at a higher temperature.


It depends which is at a higher temperature, but ice should normally melt faster in air.


First of all Ice Cream melts faster than Frozen Yogurt. So get your facts organized.



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