The Challenge: Make Ice
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Although in the end ice eluded us, we came incredibly close and proved that a cooling effect,
even in such high temperatures, could be achieved.
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lecture notes on Pressure from the University of New South Wales,
heat on the Nelson Physics pages of the Nelson Thomson Learning website
do Snowflakes Form on the About.com site (gives lots of links to other
sites about ice)
of wood lab in the Interactive Lab Works section on the ThinkQuest
Library of Entries site - find out what happens when you heat wood splints
in a test tube without burning them.
Tar - History and Uses by Theodore P. Kaye on the San Francisco Maritime
National Park Association site.
and Alcohol on the Hampden-Sydney College Department of Chemistry
look at alcohol distillation (an excerpt from ‘The Household Cyclopedia
of General Information’ published in 1881) from the Public Bookshelf site
Alcohol Through Azeotropes on the Colorado School of Mines site
Mash Recipes for Alcohol Production from Mother’s Alcohol Fuel Seminar
on the Journey to Forever site
Chemistry from the Dawson College website
to Make Ether (an excerpt from ‘The Household Cyclopedia of General
Information’ published in 1881) from the Public Bookshelf site
and Alcohol from The Silver Sunbeam by John Towler on the Albumen
composition and structure of ether on the Classes pages on the Yale
by Tom Duncan, John Murray 2000; ISBN: 0719576695
Physics of Ice
by Victor F. Petrenko and Robert W. Whitworth, Oxford University Press,
2002; ISBN: 0198518943
Handbook of Chemistry
and Physics by David R. Lide PhD, CRC Press, 2001; ISBN: 0849304822
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