Heat transfer in a paper cup
Issue 364 | Page 53 | Published Jan 2017
The double-wall paper cup is an everyday object that can be used in the laboratory to study heat transfer. The experiment described here has been done by physics students aged 12 13 years, it can also be used in a different context to prompt debate about environmental issues.
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