Subject: Does ice have a specific melting rate?
Date: Sat Nov 25 12:59:50 2000
Posted by Kimberly
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Area of science: Chemistry
If you allow ice to melt in its own water, is there a specific melting
Or, if you allow it to melt in air, is the melting rate different?
Using the same size ice for each situation.
Re: Does ice have a specific melting rate?
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