I would like to send a parcel to a family abroad with frozen (to the temperature of -18 ° C.) products.The products are small balls having a diameter of 4 cm. Balls are made from pizza dough.Total ...
An aluminium pot has a mass of 200g and contains 400g of ice at 0°C. How much heat would be needed to melt that ice and then raise the temperature of the resulting water to 20°C. The specific heat ...
I need two formulas in dealing with ice and water. First: If I have 2 x 2 x 2 (cm) ice cube, after it melts, how much water will there be ? Second: If I have 2 x 2 x 2 (cm) ice cube, after how ...
This is a strange question I would like to have some explanation accompanied with: We have an ice block, with in it a lead block. This entire block is put into a glass of water, resulting in a rise ...
Imagine this situation: Large ice cube placed at the bottom of an empty pool starts to dissolve. I was wondering if it is possible for cube to start float in the water? If yes, what fraction of the ...
[EDITED] by mistake, the subject was regarding 1m^3 instead of 1mm^3. There should be a significant difference between the two... A 1x1x1mm pit filled with water is frozen at a slow rate (1K/minute). ...