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Science Can Challenge Powerpoint
Science Can Challenge Powerpoint
Science Can Challenge Powerpoint
Science Can Challenge Powerpoint
Science Can Challenge Powerpoint
Science Can Challenge Powerpoint
Science Can Challenge Powerpoint
Science Can Challenge Powerpoint
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Science Can Challenge Powerpoint

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  • 1. Can ChallengeBy: Justin Curran and Teddy Schmid
  • 2. GoalThe goal of this experiment is toCreate an insulator that will keep the soda can thewarmest
  • 3. MaterialsCardboard boxBubble wrapAluminum FoilTapeStyrofoamSharpieBox CutterScissors
  • 4. Procedure- Insulating case will be for a standard 355 mL soda can.- The soda can will be placed in the insulator that is already mostly immersed in ice water.- It will then be filled with 100mL boiling water and a thermometer will be inserted. When the temperature reaches 70⁰C, the insulator will be closed and a stopwatch will be used to time it for 20 minutes.
  • 5. Insulator SpecificationsThe maximum possible size ofan insulator is 10 cm x 10 cm x20 cm.
  • 6. Creating our insulator First cut a 10 cm Cardboard Box vertically and cut it 40 cm horizontally Cut a piece of aluminum foil 37 cm horizontally and 10 cm vertically Tape the foil on the inside of the cardboard box
  • 7. NextTape Bubble Wrap 37 cm on the inside of the insulatorFold the insulator into 4 sides Tape 4 sides togetherCut a piece of Styrofoam so it covers the bottom ofthe vesselGet one more piece of Styrofoam and tape one sideso it flaps open.
  • 8. Data

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