The answer to this question most likely has to do with the albedo of crayon (wax, charcoal, etc). Albedo is the extent to which an object diffusely reflects light from light sources, measured as a ratio. The lower the albedo, the more light/energy is absorbed into the object. Since darker colored objects absorb more energy, the albedo of a darker crayon is probably lower than the albedo of a lighter crayon. This means the darker crayon, while absorbing more energy, will heat up faster than the lighter crayon.
This is why snow around a tree typically melts much faster and earlier than snow with nothing around it -- because of the tree bark's albedo is much lower than snow/ice and thus can absorb more energy faster, and heat up whatever is around it quicker.
hello no it does not
well actually it is my science fair projects but iam working on it right now........ but here is what i think............ i think yes because if a crayon is dark it might not take a lnog time for it to mel but it the crqaoyn is lite it is gonan go very quick because of the colors
Yes the shape of an ice cube affect its melting rate.Yes the shape of an ice cube affect its melting rate.
Yes it will because darker colours absorb more heat rays.
The amount of salt does affect the rate of melting. Salt normally raises the boiling point thus reduces melting rate.
No, it does not. The color is artificial color not the real color. With strawberry ice cream you can see the individual strawberrys but the ice cream itself is probably not the true color.
The greater the temperature, the greater the rate of melting, all things being equal. The rate of melting will ultimately depend on the rate of heat transfer, and the rate of heat transfer will be dependent on the temperature difference between the ice and the surrounding air.
Yes. The more surface that is exposed to above-freezing temperatures would affect the rate of melt.
The rate in which an ice cube melts is dependent on the temperature of the outside air. The hotter it is the faster ice will melt. The color of a cup or dish will not affect the melting process.
The rate at which a candle burns is dependent on the size and composition of the wick, and the thickness, composition, and melting / vaporization rate of the candle wax. Color is not the dominant factor. Wind and temperature will also affect the rate of burning.
The polar ice melt is affecting the melting rate of ice as it is rising the level of the seawater which may lead to submergence of land.
yes color does affects evap rate as diff color has diff light absorbing power and hence there is variation in evap rate
no, water does not have an affect on water because the water itself is plain. (clear) having color added to it will change the color, but not the rate of the evaporation. ( GOOD LUCK!)
No...? why would color affect ice. Color is a physical property.
The colour of a surface has no effect on the rate of conduction.
Salt lower the freezing point of ice.
the hotter the water the faster the ice will melt
Increasing the temperature the solubility of solids in liquids is increased. The melting point is a constant for each substance.
Yes it does. The brain will associate color with memories, affecting the heart slowing or quickening your pulse rate.
Glaciers are always melting. If the rate of melting exceeds the rate of accumulation, they will recede. If the rate of accumulation exceeds the rate of melting, they will advance.