The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Dissolving

Most solid chemicals need to be dissolved in water or in solvents before they can be used. Knowing the best temperature for dissolving each specific chemical can help us save time and energy in the dissolving process. 

Scientists often perform their own test in order to learn about the effect of temperature on the rate of dissolving and create a graph that can help them in the future as a reference.

 Project description:
In this project you will study the effect of temperature on the rate of dissolving any specific chemical in water. The chemical that you select can be among the chemicals that are low hazard and can be found at home. Salt, Baking soda, citric acid, sugar are some good examples. You may obtain other chemicals such as copper sulfate, Calcium chloride and lime locally. After performing necessary experiments you must create a graph to show the rate of dissolving in different temperatures.
 Details of this project:
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