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4. Repeat procedure for the remaining beakers Steps for Low Temperature Water 1. Pour low temperature water into beaker 2. Place thermometer and record temperature Make sure the temperature of the water is much lower than the room temperature water. 3. Place tablet and record how much time it takes to dissolve 4. Repeat for steps for remaining beakers.
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ROBERT VAN DEN ABEELE DISSOLVING SUBSTANCES LABORATORY Data Chart Temperatures Test #1 Test #2 Test #3 Cold Water 16 1.19min 1.53min 2.02min Room 23 1.47min 1.15min 1.14min Hot Water 80 22sec 23sec 24.67sec Discussion The results of the experiment show that the hypothesis implanted was proven correct. The tablet did dissolve the fastest when in higher temperatures, based on the time of each test is how this was concluded. The average time it took for the tablet to dissolve in the hot water was about 23.22 seconds, while as for the room temperature it lasted in average 1.25 minutes. For the lower temperature test its mean temperature was 1.58 minutes this test being the longest of them all. Evaluation The experiments and the results when as planned even though good results were obtained, there is always ways experiments can be improved. In this case having a much better container for the water when handling high and low temperatures, in order for it to conserve the temperature for much more time. Also a second set of tests could of have been added to each of
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