By the heat conductivity the material the cup is made from.
Temperature does not affect the colour of water. It just affects its state.
Thin china cups will lose heat faster than a thick walled clay mug.
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Yes! I as a matter of fact.....It does! I am doing a science project " Does the type of cup affect how fast ICE melts... some other people did it and it does affect it! So thanks for asking!
The difference in temperature between the hot coffee and the room. Polystyrene cup or tin mug,does the cup have a lid?is it standing on a metal counter or wooden table. It's volume or thermal mass, Is the wind blowing across the cup
The affect the type of cup has on the rate of freezing in water
Which type of vinegar? at what temperature and pressure... ? What is the volume of a cup? Without knowing the specifics I guess about 23.
I do not thin there is a wold cup. But there is a world cup.
No a cup of tea is a cup of tea u morons
This depends on the temperature, volume and the form of the cup.
Temperature can be measured with a thermometer.
approx 140 degrees
Equilibrium of temperature. The water is trying to reach the same temperature as the environment it sits in. a cup of hot water has a higher temperature than the room so therefore begins to cool. a cup of cold water has a lower temperature than the room and therefore begins to heat up. both reach equilibrium when at the same temperature as the room
If you are filling up a dark coloured cup with water as opposed to a light coloured cup, the darker one would retain more heat which would in turn affect the water temperatures and make the water warmer.
plastic cup will make it be the coldest