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1. It transfers to the butter easily on the copper and aluminum and brass, but on the wood and plastic it transfers horrible.
2. Both todays expiremt and yesterdays had to do with heat energy, today was making the butter melt, and yesterdays was keeping the middle water warm.
3. Horrible my results ended up opposite i thought that the butter would melt first but instead it melted 2nd to last. I only got one right and that was that the wood would be last.
4.The copper and aluminum and were the best after all copper was first and then came aluminum. My evidence is that when we did the experiment the butter would slide down when the heat was at the temperature needed to melt the butter down the different sticks.
5. Plastic and wood. Plastic took a long time and wood took so long we had to wash it off. I know this because the wood was a bad type of material for the butter to slide down. And the plastic was ok it finally did but it took about half an hour.
6. Water is a poor conductor and can not keep warm or cold on its self and even if warm water with wool wrapped around it in a bottle it still gets cold.
7. When it is good it means it can hold in the source but if it is bad it wont and that matters when it goes from good to bad conductors.
5 types of rods
1 wood Bamboo
2 silver Aluminum
3 reddish brown copper
4 golden brass
5 white plastic
I predict that the butter will slide down the plastic rod first the brass rod second the copper rod third the aluminum rod fourth and the bamboo rod last.
What really happened first copper and second was aluminum then brass was third fourth was plastic so that means that the bamboo was last.