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Does soda chill faster than milk from room temperature when ice is added?
Question Date: 2018-10-10
Answer 1:

You should do the experiment yourself! It will be fun. It depends on what the sugar and carbon dioxide in the soda does to its heat capacity, which I don't know. You know with which soda you are doing this experiment.

You will need the soda, the milk, cups for each of them, ice, and a clock. Try to do it yourself or ask a grown up to help you

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