Subject: Why does magnesium sulfate lower the temperature of water?
Date: Mon Nov 22 14:07:15 1999
Posted by Larry Lipman
Grade level: No grade entered.
School: Thomas Jefferson Elementary
City: Falls Church State/Province: Va.
Area of science: Chemistry
My daughter, in fifth grade, was asked to do an experiment measuring the
effect of adding magnesium sulfate to water. Obviously, it lowered the
water temperature because the water lost heat energy. My question is why
did the water lose heat energy with the addition of magnesium sulfate? I
did a search for these terms but only came up with one article and it did
not directly answer this question
Re: Why does magnesium sulfate lower the temperature of water?
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