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Why does ice melt faster in water and not in sprite?

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Ice melts faster in water

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Sprite. Bubbles allowing the heat to conduct with the solution more vigoresly.


Water has a higher temperature in ice causing it to melt faster.


Salt water will melt an ice cube faster.


An ice cube will melt faster in hot water.




water does not melt but ICE does....


Well it is sprite cause it is more bubbly but pepsi tastes much better.


ANSWER: Ice melts faster because water doesn't melt.


The heat from the hot water is transferred to the ice, making the ice heat faster, thus causing it to return to room temperature faster, making it melt faster.


No, ice cubes melt the fastest in hot water.


an ice cube will melt in hot water faster than hot air


Drinks are liquid and cannot melt. Perhaps you mean the ice cubes ?


the water may be a warmer temperature than the air. why does ice melt faster in water than in air


Ice cubes don't faster in cold water because the temparature of cold water is low, ice cubes melt faster in high temparature.


Ice ice is just frozen water. Hot ice is sodium acetate. Ice will melt faster than hot ice.


Assuming they are the same temperature, the ice will melt faster in water, due to water's high specific heat.


soda ice cube melts faster because it doesn't have the same chemicals in it


Tub of warm water would melt more faster then ice in a pot of water .




It depends which is at a higher temperature, but ice should normally melt faster in air.


an ice cube melts faster in water.it depends on the temperature of the air or water, if the water is warmer than the room air temperature, it will melt faster in the water.


ICE CUBES MELTS FASTER IN FRESH THEN IN SALT WATER.




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