Why does water taste better cold?
The Bitter taste is frozen, which releases the good taste, altho room temp water is VERY HEALTHY for you.
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There are different opinions concerning this topic because their effects are somewhat different. But majority agree that tepid water is more effective than cold water. You can read their effects in detail here: http://scienceray.com/biology/ecology/drinking-cold-water-or-warm-water-which-one-is-m…ore-effective/ ( Full Answer )
Visual psychological effect of our mind! I think that there is no difference between any liquid that you put inside of a glass and any kind of plastic one, this is only a visual psychological effect that is picture out by our mind when we're drinking it! Any different chemical substance has been …found out among of the liquids in both cases (in the glass and in the plastic one), showing that it is true. ( Full Answer )
Yes SOME bottled water tastes better but it doesn't mean it's safer, tap water has been purified and cleaned properly while bottled even though it tastes different will and can have some bacteria that can cause illness
In a growing daffodil, neither hot nor cold water are good for theplant. . Cold water: can damage the plant roots and slow the metabolicprocesses. Plants grew slower and were shorter. . Hot water: My physically damage the plant, especially theroots. . Warm water: No apparant damage to plant tissu…es. Absorption ofwater into the roots occurs faster. Temp should be 68-70F. If you are referring to a cut flower in a vase of water, puttingthe bouquet in the refrigerator will refresh the stems and flowers.The cold wate will stop the metabolism of the tissue and they willstay fresher for a longer period of time. ( Full Answer )
Jelly dissolves faster in hot water because water molucules move faster at a higher temperature.
Tea dissolves better in hot water than cold water. It speeds up thediffusion process but the same results can be had from cold waterat a slower rate.
Cold water has stronger (better) surface tension. . Surface tension is dependent on temperature. For that reason, when a value is given for the surface tension of an interface, temperature must be explicitly stated. The general trend is that surface tension decreases with the increase of temperat…ure , reaching a value of 0 at the critical temperature.. From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surface_tension Added emphasis for readability. dfsfdytrhjtkjkj h ( Full Answer )
Cold water will not disinfect. Water must be boiling for it to be able to disinfect anything. It is not recommended to pour boiling water on the skin, though. If you're looking to disinfect a wound, try alcohol.
It depends on why it tastes bad. If you just don't like water, add something to it like a drink mix. If it has rust coming out, either let it run a while, or change the pipes (if they are old and made of galvanized steel). Rusty water can also come from high levels of iron in your well if you have …well water. In that case, it may require an expensive filtration and softening system. Adding simple water filters and softeners and cleaning any aerators may be all you need to help the taste too. At water treatment facilities, they may use aeration to help improve the taste. If you cannot figure out what to do, have your water tested. ( Full Answer )
Cold water. It isn't going to make much of a difference, but cold water is more dense then hot water and will support more.
Hot water dissolves the sugar particles faster than cold because of energy. The higher energy allows faster moving of particles as they are more energetic and this helps dissolve the sugar.
No Hot water is better it kills all the germs and helps dissolve the solute. Thus cleaning your stain or clothes, plus killing all the germs and making it smell better.
Running cold water is the quickest way to cool something, especially Baby Formula. Agitating the bottle under a running cold tap, will cool it to the required temperature quicker than anything else, including putting it in the freezer.
You may frown upon my answer, but your question is an opinion....so...I can't really answer it factually. On the side note though I prefer Kroger's water than Aquafina's I guess it just depends on who you are.
a plant will grow better in cold water because a plant is like a human being we refresh ourselves by drinking water usually cold water it is the exact same thing to a plant we give it water to grow
i never noticed a salty taste in my hot water....cheack your water filter or have somebody come look at your valves
The differences are quite marginal, but drinking really cold liquids can trigger headaches, and there's some evidence suggesting that a more temperate fluid will be more quickly absorbed by the body.
Well, between cold water and cold water..... I would have to say, Cold water. 1) You mean cold water or hot water, and 2) Neither. I would go for lukewarm water.. 1) You mean cold water or hot water, and 2) Neither. I would go for lukewarm water.
warm water had minerals that change in flavor from the cold water It is a different taste.
It seems so much smoother and eaiser to drink. Why is that? Does it vary by reigon?
\nbecause that is your own perspective through your senses and nobody else can understand why cold pizza is better than hot pizza the way you can because nobody is you.
You can't taste because your nose is stuffed and your sense of smell greatly contributes to your sense of taste
They both have their good I will explain! Hot: It helps kill germs Cold: its more heathier for your hair
Nitrogen is quite insoluble in water but like all dissolved gases, its solubility in water decreases as the temperature increases. This is why when you perform some experiments in photosynthesis you boil the water to greatly reduce its gas concentration
well if you have the cold of course hot water is better because when you are sick you usually eat or drink hot things like tea and soup and if you do drink cold water you are not helping your body your only making it worse by the way if you are drinking water straight from the tap etc don't make it …too hot or you will burn your tongue make sure it is warm ( Full Answer )
Yes,the cold water does rinse the bubbles from the sink faster,it breaks it down quicker than hot water.
It depends on the source of the tap water. There are places that tap water tastes great and others that is not even safe to drink it.
definetly milk!!! It gives it a more creamy taste!!!! and sometimes if you put water in it it is too watery.
Cold or cool water should be used to slow or stop the burn process taking place in skin layers. Using butter, margarine, or any type of oil based lotions or baby oil only continues the burn process on the skin surface and skin layers.
Most of us may familiar with hotter the better but it is not necessary that catalyst prefer hot temperature. Catalyst do provide alternative path with lower activation energy, and it is not necessary like heat if the trend of overall reaction is exothermic. Many catalyst work best on limited range o…f temperature not too high and not too low. ( Full Answer )
No its not. If you like cold food better than hot food that's fine. Its your opinion. :)
Pool water is not to be consumed. You shouldn't be considering trying to make it taste better, but trying to keep it clean. The chemicals added to pool water are toxic and should not be ingested. If you DID want to make it taste better, I'm sure several hundred packets of Kool-Aid accompanied by …several hundred cups of sugar would do the trick. ( Full Answer )
well it depends about the situation but mainly hot water is better because you use hot water more than cold water you use hot water for melting, heating etc however cold water is better on a hot day or if you burn or hurt yourselves
Warm water will open the pores, and it is certainly more comfortable. And if you don't bathe in warm water you will get very cold !!!
Well I heard that alcohol does but not if you are under age! --------- Not ethanol but carbon dioxide, quinine (a very low concentration) or other proprietary food additives.
I have just conducted an experiment for my AP Environmental class. My variable was different temperatures of water. I watered plants with 0 degree water, 22 (room temp./control group), 50 and 100 degree water. Surprisingly the 0 degree water the results were best because the plant grew tallest. Then… the 22 degree water was not too far behind with about 2 cm shorter plants. With the 50 degree water only one grew to be 24cm while the other one died upon reaching 3 cm. The beans that were watered with the 100degree water did not grow at all. Hence plants prefer cooler temperatures of water to hot temperatures. ( Full Answer )
Glow sticks glow in cold and warm water, but they last longer in warm water.
Its better to wash grape stains in a 60 degree wash,, Hot water alone wont get it out
Warm water is better for your body. Warm water is also better for your teeth when you clean them.
Neither. Use warm water. However, if you think you have a strain or sprain, or some kind of injury, it is better to start with cold for the first 72 hours, and then progress to warm for the next 48. By then, if there has been no improvement, you should see a doctor. Of course, see a doctor immediate…ly if the soreness is acute. ( Full Answer )
Cleanse with warm water (not hot as hot water will dehydrate the skin) to open the pores. Follow your cleansing process with a toner at room temperature or a splash of cool water to close the pores before using a moisturizer.
Warm water is a better cleaner because cold water fuses the stain even more so to the fabric, where as warm water draws the stain away from said fabric.
Given that you are not changing the fluid in your water heater, and your heating source is 100% efficient, and you are paying a constant rate for your heating source, then turn off your water heater. Reason: The water in your water heater will always try to return to room temperature. The rate it re…turns to the room temperature is governed by the insulation around the water heater and the difference in temperature between your set point and the room temperature. So to keep the water heated to the set temperature, it requires adding the heat that passes through the insulation over time. If your water cools some amount, lets say 10 degrees, there exists a smaller temperature difference between the water temperature and the room temperature, and the cooling rate slows. This is why there is savings if you turn down your room temperature in the winter, or the water temperature. ( Full Answer )
Well I do t know about you but I think it's better to put cold feet in Warm water maybe start out with colder water than work your way to warm so your feet don't feel weird or burn
it will be because distortion of surface tension by heat in hot water does not allow proper crowding of the gas molecule by water molecules.
It depends what kind of injury if a burn run it under cold water if you twisted ur ankle ice it.
Neither one. According to Ayurveda, the ancient Indian medicaltradition, you should only drink liquids that are at least roomtemperature. Cold liquids tend to make us dehydrated andconstipated. Warm liquids help the digestive system do its job awhole lot easier.
It is advantageous to boil your egg starting with cold water whichallows you to heat the egg more slowly, keeping the whites fromgetting rubbery.
It is better to use warm or hot water with dish soap in it because both of those together will kill bacteria the best.
The rate of reaction increases with the temperature. So it isbetter to do experiments in hot water.