# How Do Copper And Chrome Transfer The Heat Packs Into Water

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1. Can copper and chrome transfer the heat they conduct from the heat packs into the water? 2. If so, will the heat that is transferred be hot or warm? 3. Will there be a major increase in the temperature of the water? 4. Will it be cost effective 5. If the heat that is made by the heat packs is conducted into the metal, the heat will then be transferred into the water, making the water the conductor of heat. The water will then be warmer than it was before I applied the heat. 6. I want to find out if the heat that is conducted, by the two different metals, will be transferred to into the water, if it is it will determine which metal will be better to use as a tap for my experiment and all of this would prove that my experiment will either be successful or …show more content…

I will mix the glue together. 8. Put the glue on the parts that needs it so that I can make the taps. 9. Once glue is dry I will then attach the made copper tap to the hosepipe and seal it with electric tape. 10. I will place the heat packs around the pipe and hold them together with the electric tape. 11. I will run water through the tap into the beaker to 500ml. 12. I will put the thermometer into the beaker and stir the water, leave the thermometer till the temperature stays constant.-this will give the normal water temperature. 13. I will take the water out the beaker and wipe it dry. 14. I will activate the heat packs wait for a minute put thermometer onto the copper to see the temperature 15. I will then pour water into the beaker to 500ml. 16. I will put the thermometer into the beaker and stir the water, leave the thermometer till the temperature stays constant.-this will give the heated water temperature. 17. I will repeat the same method from step 3 – just attaching the chrome tap to the hosepipe 18. Chrome conducted less heat from the heat packs. 19. It conducted 2⁰C less than copper. 20. The water without the heat packs activated for this experiment was warmer by 2⁰C than the copper taps