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How to get your coffee cool enough to drink in the shortest possible time.
Evaporative cooling is what cools your cup of hot coffee. But how?
Ever thought about how a brick of vacuum packed coffee goes soft as soon as it's opened? Understanding the behaviour of granular materials could help physicists to better understand not only coffee ...
Article from NASA on why understanding granular materials - such as coffee grounds - is important for space scientists.
A brief description of how Car Cooling Systems work from HowStuffWorks.com.
A revision guide for heat transfer covering convection, cooling and radiation suitable for children 14-16
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A page on the various means of removing caffeine from coffee.
This site compiles all sorts of facts and figures, ranging from ordinary to downright bizarre. So whether you want to find out the best temperature for brewing coffee or the diameter of a snowflake, ...
If you stir a freshly poured cup of instant coffee or hot chocolate, the sound of your spoon clinking against the side of the cup rises in pitch. Why?
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