The rate at which water freezes depends on the thermal conductivity of the container. Plastic is generally not very thermally conductive, whereas aluminum foil is more thermally conductive. Thus, as long as the foil is not very much thinner than the plastic, the water will freeze faster in the foil.
ice will melt faster wrapped in aluminum foil and plastic wrap when you put it outside
Ice melt lot faster on aluminum foil because it conduct more energy than plastic wrap:)
aluminum foil is not as good as plastic wrap because it is a good conductor and changes temperature to its surroundings faster than plastic wrap.
~Ceppwo The purpose of plastic wrap and aluminum foil is for food, it helps the food to stay good, without the plastic wrap and aluminum foil, it would be harder for us to keep it good, and with out it, the food would mold faster . . . so there's your answer:)
Aluminum foil will transfer cold better than plastic therefore making what you wrapped colder, faster. It also works in reverse, the item wrapped in aluminum will remain colder longer than in plastic.
aluminum foil melt butter faster than a spoon because aluminum foil collects heat faster than a spoon
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No. Aluminum will degrade faster than most metals, especially if it is left in salt water, such as at the bottom of the ocean. This is true. Aluminum foil is not biodegradable. your welcome, : )