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Why doesnt MILK in the ref ever taste as cold as the WATER or SODA in the the ref
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Posted 12/29/08 , edited 12/29/08
It is due to the difference in the number of particles per liquid you have mentioned. Milk contains the heaviest of those particles, I believe, thus its slower rate of achieving the kind of "chilling" effect you have of your soda or water.
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Posted 12/29/08
Ugh, I never was good at science, and I really don't care because I don't drink milk.
Posted 12/29/08
I don't get this topic. What are we supposed to discuss about?

*tests* wow the yogurt was colder.. now what?
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Posted 12/29/08
Oh yeah...I didn't know that...I thought that they tasted equally cold...Then again, I don't like milk so I don't drink it that much xD
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Posted 12/29/08 , edited 12/29/08
Specific heat capacity?
Density maybe?
Lol, might be one of those
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Posted 12/29/08

WeeBoX wrote:

It is due to the difference in the number of particles per liquid you have mentioned. Milk contains the heaviest of those particles, I believe, thus its slower rate of achieving the kind of "chilling" effect you have of your soda or water.


Yes, but.
"Coldness" is due to molecules being closer together, or moving around less. Which all comes down to intermolecular forces, so it might be because that milk might (as i dont know what milk molecules look like lmao) has stronger forces then water, but water is quite polar =/.

Im not proving you wrong, im just putting some more information on the table.
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Posted 12/29/08
I just eat them. I dont bother comparing temperatures.
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