How much of an ice cube would melt if placed on a plate for 5 minutes?
That depends totally on size of ice cube and temperature of the room. It would all melt if ice cube was small and the room was very hot.
A potato cube is placed in a beaker filled with hot salt water and another potato cube is placed in a beaker filled with cold salt water?
There are three different ways of transferring heat. These are by radiation, conduction and convection. The sun's rays heat the surface of the earth by radiation. If you were to wrap a ice cube in Aluminium foil and place it in hot sunlight it would take longer to melt because the sun's radiation would be reflected. However if placed an ice cube wrapped in foil on a hot plate, it would melt just as quickly…
An ice cube was put in a pan and placed in a warm room for one hour identify two physical properties of the ice cube that will change as it melts to a liquid?
A cube with 2 inch sides is placed on a cube with 3 inch sides then a cube with 1 inch sides is placed on the 2 inch cube what is the surface area of the three inch cube?
The "cube" disappears but the "sugar" doesn't. When placed in water the sugar dissolves. Essentially the sugar molecules break off from the solid and hide among the water molecules. If the water were to be removed by evaporation the sugar would precipitate out. if done carefully large sugar crystals will grow in the evaporating solution. The sugar cube will not reform as this is an artificial construct.
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If you place an iron pyrite cube in mercury it will produce about a millivolt of current in water. More in salt water or vinegar or free radicals. This is a completely unexplored way to generate free electricity. It is not due to galvanization since the cube is the dependent aspect. Take the cube out and the amperage disappears (slowly but surely over time). This indicates both a capacitance and current generating characteristic that is…
No, boiling water is the best example of evaporation along with any form of steam production. Answer In relation to the ice cube which will first produce water. It will be the water that evaporates. When an ice cube is placed in a warm room it becomes coated with a layer of water, it is no longer a true ice cube.