Aluminum.3 because it is a conductor. Wrong 2
Copper. Brownish red.1 because its is a good conductor used a lot. Right
Brass. Brownish yellow.2 because its a conductor but not the best. I think. Wrong 3
Plastic.4 because it is plastic and not to good as a conductor. Right
Copper 2 sec
Alum, 7 sec
Brass, 85 sec
The bamboo would take about 2 or three hours probably. The reason there's no exact is because we never saw it fall and we needed to clean up.
The heat from the water went into the butter.
Both today's experiment were similar by they both had something with heat. Both wanted to see how hot it could be. Except for the butter it was conductors and the transferring it was well transferring.
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1.The heat from the water went into the butter. The conductors went faster and the poor conductors took awhile.
2.Both today's experiment were similar because they both involved seeing how long or much it would take to heat something up. They both took awhile and used graphs to show it.
3. Plastic was right, bamboo was right, and copper was right. Brass and aluminum were really pure guess's so yeah. Those to were switched.
4. Copper and aluminum were the best because they both are good conductors. Copper is used a lot in electricity because its really good for conducting. Aluminum I don't know.
5. The worst were plastic and bamboo because they are not conductors. You would not use would because it is so bad of a conductor. The plastic is not good either like the bamboo.
6. Water is a great conductor. The only reason people get zapped by lighting if there not holding a metal piece is because of water in your skin.
7. It matters which material's are good conductors or bad conductors because we need good conductors because otherwise everything would go slow. We need bad conductors so if we didn't want it to conduct or if we want an time slowing down. We use conductors for power mostly. To attract lightning so it doesn't hit houses or other things.