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You have a drink that you want to cool off? You could put in 100 g of ice or 100 g of water, both at 0 degree C. Which one would be more effective in cooling your drink? Why?

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    What do you think? You must remove 80 calories per gram of ice before it rises above 0 C. This helps cool drinks more, and stay cold for a longer period of time.

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