science project

I am doing a project where I have to start with a solid, show is turning into a liguid and then a gas..Can I use butter as a solid, melt it in cookies, and then bake the cookies showing that it turns into a gas (or by smell of butter in cookies). Thank you

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  1. Yes, but it would be very difficult to show the butter has been melted in the cookies (and especially the gas part).

    Boiling butter would probably be better. You start with a solid, it melts to a liquid, and then becomes a gas.

    Boiling ice would be easiest, though.

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  2. I definately agree with Michael.

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