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Objective: I know that pure water freezes at 0oC, so I want to see how
adding different substances to water changes the freezing point. I will
measure the freezing point of pure water, water mixed with salt, water mixed
with sugar, and water mixed with alcohol.
Hypothesis: The saltwater solution will have the lowest freezing point.
Details of the Experiment: First, I made my solutions. I poured one cup of
water into Beaker 1 and set it aside. I poured one oup of water into Beaker 2
and then added one tablespoon of salt, stirring the solution until the salt was
completely dissolved. I poured one cup of water into Beaker 3 and then
added one tablespoon of sugar, again stirring the solution until the sugar was
completely dissolved, I poured one cup of 40 percent isopropyl alcohol-the
other 60 percent is pure water-into Beaker 4.
Next, I made a mixture of slurry ice in a large bowl by combining water,
ice, and salt. I placed Beaker 1 into the slurry ice mixture and began stirring
the pure water with a thermometer. I made sure the thermometer didn't touch
the bottom of the beaker as I stirred, As soon as ice crystals began forming
on the water in the beaker, I read the temperature on the thermometer and
recorded the result. I repeated this procedure for the other three solutions.
Itesults: Freezing point of Beaker 1 (plain water): -0.5"C
Freezing point of Beaker 2 (saltwater solution): -4.5"C
Freezing point of Beaker 3 (sugar water solution): -4.5'C
Freezing point of Beaker 4 (40% isopropyl alcohol): -17 .5'C
Conclusion; My hypothesis was not cotrect. A solution of alcohol and water
will lrave the lowest freezingpoint.
Comments: I was surprised to see that both the sugar ancl salt solutions had
the same freezing point. I also thought that alcohol, which is a liquid, would
affect the freezing point less than a solid, like salt or sugar,