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Yes, the size (volume and mass) and the type of the cup will affect its temperature


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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.

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.

This depends on the temperature, volume and the form of the cup.

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

Temperature can be measured with a thermometer.

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.

The dye will not affect the temperature of the water unless you have very small quantities of water. There can be a change of temperature when a solid dissolves but we are unlikely to observe this if there is a small amount of solid compared to the volume of water. If you are using less than a cup of water you may observe a temperature change.

The average temperature of a cup of coffee should be served between 160 degree Fahrenheit and 185 degrees Fahrenheit. The liquids in this temperature range can cause significant scald burns.

A cup of tea with milk could fall into a range of temperatures. However, a good temperature to drink tea is around 85 degrees.

Yes, the colour of a cup can affect the evaporation. Darker colours absorb more heat, so 50ml of water in a black or brown cup would dissolve quicker than 50ml of water in a clear or yellow cup.

It depends on what temperature is is at and how much water there is.

the warmth from the hot water will go to the cool water and it will make both waters cool

Polystyrene (especially the expanded "Styrofoam (R)" type) is a good insulator. Metals are good conductors of heat.The insulating cup will maintain a greater heat differential than the conductor so if there is a liquid in the cup that is at a greater temperature than the surroundings, the metal cup will loose more heat than the polystyrene cup.

The hot cup loses heat faster, but only until it becomes a warm cup itself. Then it loses heat as the warm cup did at the beginning. However, by this point, the hot cup is warm, but the warm cup is now cooler too. Therefore, the warm cup will still become room temperature first.

Prostitution is always part and parcel of every world cup. It will not affect the world cup in any way, but as many are coming from Zimbawe , A.I.D.S may be aworr5y later.

It depends on what type of cup you are weighing. You didn't really specify what type of cup, material that its made of, how big it is, or anything else.

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