# How do you get a cooling curve?

## How do you get a cooling curve?

Cooling curves

1. Put some salol and a thermometer into a boiling tube.
2. Put the boiling tube in a hot water bath.
3. Take the boiling tube out of the hot water.
4. Measure and record the temperature of the salol every minute for about 20 minutes, stirring briefly to evenly mix the hot and cold parts.

### How do you make a weather graph on Excel?

Click on the Chart Wizard.

1. Step 1: Choose the correct chart type. Click on the Custom Types tab.
2. Step 2: Chart Source Data. Click Next.
3. Step Three: Chart Options.
4. Step 4: Chart Location. Click on the As new sheet button.
5. Step 5: Save Your Graph. Choose Save from the File menu.

What does a heating curve look like?

A heating curve graphically represents the phase transitions that a substance undergoes as heat is added to it. The plateaus on the curve mark the phase changes. The temperature remains constant during these phase transitions.

What is the difference between heating curve and cooling curve?

Heating curves show how the temperature changes as a substance is heated up. Cooling curves are the opposite. They show how the temperature changes as a substance is cooled down. Just like heating curves, cooling curves have horizontal flat parts where the state changes from gas to liquid, or from liquid to solid.

## What does a cooling curve look like?

Cooling curves are the opposite. They show how the temperature changes as a substance is cooled down. Just like heating curves, cooling curves have horizontal flat parts where the state changes from gas to liquid, or from liquid to solid. These are mirror images of the heating curve.

### What is the difference between a heating and cooling curve?

Heating curves show how the temperature changes as a substance is heated up. Cooling curves are the opposite. They show how the temperature changes as a substance is cooled down.

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