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will an ice cube in dark fabric melt more than an ice cube in light fabric- in direct sunlight?

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greenprof2
Apr 23, 2012
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This is an easy one to test for your self and I'm sure you have already done it, right? Of course, if the ambient temperature of the room were below freezing, it might not make a difference, so I would be good to run the test outside, measure the air temperature, say, 30 cm away, time the melting's, then try it again on a day when it was warmer or colder outside. If you do this, say, for 10 trials, you might have enough data to make a conclusion about your hypotheses (which was?...)

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