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Ziplock Ice Cream

Introduction

As you have just learned, the freezing temperature of water is lowered when salt is added. You are going to make ice cream by cooling a milk, sugar, and vanilla mixture in a bag surrounded by a bag with an ice and salt mixture. The ice cream mixture will be cooled enough to freeze as heat is transferred from it to the ice and salt mixture.

Objectives

In this experiment, you will

  • Use ice and salt to cool an ice cream mixture

Sensors and Equipment

No probeware required for this experiment.

Standards Correlations

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Middle School Science with Vernier

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2Heating of Land and Water
3The Greenhouse Effect
4Relative Humidity
5Soil Study
6Absorption of Radiant Energy
7Reflectivity of Light
8Schoolyard Study
9A Good Sock
10What Causes the Seasons?
11Solar Homes
12Ocean Floor Mapping
13Boiling Temperature of Water
14Freezing and Melting of Water
15How Low Can You Go?
15BZiplock Ice Cream
16A Good Cold Pack
17Lemon "Juice"
18Get a Grip!
19Fun with Pressure
20Water Hardness Study
21Diffusion: How Fast?
22A Water Field Study
23Cooling Rates: Shaq vs. Susie
24Yeast Beasts in Action
25Heart Rate and Body Position
26Heart Rate and Exercise
27Mapping a Magnetic Field
28Electromagnets
29Frictional Forces
30First-Class Levers
31Pulleys
32Buoyancy
33Graphing Your Motion
34Speeding Up
35The Indy 100
35BPencil Car
36Crash Dummies
37Falling Objects
38A Speedy Slide

Experiment 15B from Middle School Science with Vernier Lab Book

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