1. What was your maximum temperature (use your Data Chart, not the picture)?
2. What was your minimum temperature (use your Data Chart, not the picture)?
3. What is your range? If you had any penalties or gifts, include those in your total.
4. What materials did you use in your insulated bottle (type them in order from your first layer, second layer, and third layer.)?
5. Why did you choose the materials that you did?
6. What are some materials that you didn't choose?
7. Why didn't you choose them?
8. Explain any blips on your graph (if you have them). Why did it do that?
9. Is an insulator a good or a poor conductor of heat energy?
1. Our groups' maximum temperature is 94.3 degrees.
2. Our group's minimum temperature was 82.6 degrees.
3. Our group's range temperature was 11.7 degrees.
4. Our group's layers were: First, aluminum foil. Second, quilt. Third, wax paper.
5. We chose those materials because our group thought that they would be the best insulators and keep the temperature of the water the same.
6. We didn't choose the polyester badding. because it was not a good insulator and the temperature with it would change drastically.
7. We didn't choose it because it was not a good insulator and the temperature of the water would change drastically.
8. We only had one blip and that was when someone nudged the table.
9. An insulator is a poor conductor of heat because it doesn't let the energy in. It's like a shield