Subject: What type of electrical setup will I need to get electricity through ice?
Date: Wed May 3 07:01:13 2000
Posted by Roman
Grade level: 10-12
School: Midwood High School
City: Brooklyn State/Province: NY
Area of science: Engineering
I am trying to see if electricty will melt ice at a much faster rate than
ordinary environmental changes. I am trying to send a specific amount of
electricty (9-90 volts) through an ice cube made up of 20mL of water. I
need a method of setting up the copper wires so that as much of the ice
cube is affected for the longest amount of time (when it begins melting)
Re: What type of electrical setup will I need to get electricity through ice?
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