Rock salt is a mineral that is easily soluble in room temperature water.
water temperature does not change but taste will change
The teamperature does not change
A substance with a high specific heat will easily change temperature.
Have them get used to the new temperature change. i did a science fair project over water temperature on the breathing rate of goldfish and i had to change the water temperature many times. Stay in the temperature range of 65-75 degrees Fahrenheit. Make sure to not mess with the fish or tap on the tank because goldfish get stressed out very easily and can die from it.
You can you change liquid water into a solid (ice) by lowering its temperature. You can you change liquid water into a gas (water vapor) by raising its temperature.
Not significantly, but it will change the temperature that water boils at.
it doesnt easily dissolved on a cold water because of its temperature
No it doesn't. Water has a very high heat capacity so it both gains and loses heat slowly compared to many other substances.
Energy, in the form of heat, must be added to water to change it's temperature.
for example :ice can change the temperature of water
Yes, winds can change the tempertaure of water.
Water has a high specific heat. It takes a lot of energy to raise one gram of water up one degree Celcius, and therfore it resists change easily.
the energy from the sun goes to the equator causing a temperature difference at the poles. Blowing cold wind over the water, and the suns energy on the water effects the temperature change in the water.
The change of state of matter of WATER from vapour (humid air, water vapour) to liquid (condense, droplets, mist) is a physical change, the reversed can easily (and repeatedly) be done by raising the temperature. No substance is changed in properties: water stays water, even iced (frozen water) it is still water.
yes it is changing. It's increasing with the temperature.
Cold water would freeze the fastest because freezing is a physical change brought on by temperature change, and the temperature of cold water is closer to freezing temperature than boiling or room temperature water. Therefore, it would take less time to reach freezing temperature.
Yes, a temperature change without a chemical change is possible. A piece of ice can melt into water and then evaporate into water vapor. These changes are all physical changes, and there must be a change in temperature for them to occur.
The energy that goes into temperature change is being used to change the state of the water, and until the transition is complete, it will not change temperature. The same goes for turning liquid water into a vapor. It is called the "latent heat", and sometimes "heat of fusion".
The temperature of water varies based on the air around it and the object in which it is contained. Water can be any temperature and can change from a liquid to a gas to a solid.
If water is warmed up, then that means that its temperature does change.
From the change in temperature