How would tea cool down in a metal cup?
Tea in a metal cup would cool down relatively quickly, since the metal cup wall conducts heat very well.
Since a hot cup of coffee loses heat more rapidly than a lukewarm cup of coffee would it is correct to say that a hot cup of coffee will cool to room temperature before a lukewarm cup of coffee will?
A hot cup of coffee will cool down at a certain rate, but as the coffee cools, the rate at which it cools slows down. This is why a "lukewarm" cup of coffee cools down so slowly. Even though the warm cup of coffee is cooling down quicker at first, the lukewarm cup essentially has a "head start" on the way to room temperature.
Examples of such beliefs would be:1. Place a spoon on your coffee cup to cool it faster! *reason, heat is transferred to the metal spoon faster than it is transferred to the cup. 2. Warm air goes up, cool air goes down *reason, check the fridge when you open it at midnight, the air form it crawls down to your feet. Also, lit candle melts down then freeze, but the smoke goes up all the…
Ofcourse it will cool down! the cup of hot chocolate isn't enough to heat the room, but the room is big enough and can cool down the cup. It's like putting an icecube in an oven. The icecube won't freeze the oven; the oven will melt the icecube. At 25 degrees the cup of hot chocolate will eventually freeze!!!!!
If given a metal container filled with ice waterwhat will form on the outside of the canwhere does it come from?
If they were the same temperature then neither, they would both be the same warmth. the difference would be the energy they give off, the cup would have a lot less energy and would cool faster in a room with a lower temperature than it. the bath tub would cool a lot slower, and a lot more warm energy would be released into the air making the air around it a lot warmer than the…
Wow, that's scary. A metal cup is a cup that is made out of metal. And a cup is a thing that can have water or any other liquids, solids, or gases in it. Metal is a thing that can be used to make motorcycles,bikes,cars,refridgerators,freezers, and lots of other stuff. And a metal cup can be used to make sound. Yes, fun with sound.
Why did you need to transfer the metal quickly from the hot water bath to water in the styrofoam cup calorimeter?
I would use a standard cup measure. Because you most likely have to pack it down, I recommend a rigid measuring cup. You may also use a half-cup measure twice, which is what I sometimes do, so it fits better in the bag of brown sugar. Be sure to pack the brown sugar down, any way you measure it, unless the recipe states otherwise.