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. My maximum degrees was 94.3 degrees.
2. My minimum degrees was 84.3 degrees.
3. The Range ( 94.3-84.3= ???) was 10.0 degrees. ( shocking huh? LOL:) )
4. We used carpet foam and rapped some tin foil around the foam holding it with tape.
5. We used the tin foil because on are last experiment the tin foil kept most of the heat in the bottle.
6. We didn't use the bubble wrap, plastic wrap, and fur.
7. We didn't use the bubble wrap because some parts of the tin foil were sharp and popped the bubbles.
8. I think what caused the blips was that we switched the computer and moved the temperature probe.
9. Insulators are poor conductor because the heat in the insulators don't flow through, there trapped inside.