# The dependent variable: Temperature Essay

Pour/place 2 cups of tap water into the clean small pot. Heat the pot to boiling. Use the digital thermometer. Record the temperature when the pot reaches a rolling boil. 2. Discard the water down the sink. Allow the pan to cool, then rinse and dry it. 3. Add one tablespoon of table salt to the two-cup measuring cup. 4. Add enough tap water to ring the volume to two cups. . Pour this salt solution into the clean small pot. Heat the pot to boiling. Use the digital thermometer. Record the temperature when the pot reaches a rolling boil. 6. Discard the water down the sink. Allow the pan to cool, then rinse and dry it. 7. Add two tablespoons of table salt to the two-cup measuring cup. 8. Add enough tap water to bring the volume to two cups. 9. Pour this salt solution into the clean small pot. Heat the pot to boiling. Use the digital thermometer. Record the temperature when the pot reaches a rolling boil. 10. Discard the water down the sink. Allow the pan to cool, then rinse and dry it. 1. Add three tablespoons of table salt to the two-cup measuring cup. 12. Add enough tap 13 Pour this salt solution into the clean small pot. Heat the pot to boiling. Use the digital thermometer. Record the temperature when the pot reaches a rolling boil. Data Record the data you collected in the lab. (The data table and the graph. ) Table 2. Boiling point temperatures of various salt solutions. Beaker/Concentration of Niacin (M) Boiling Point Temperature Analysis Analyze the data you collected in the lab. How does the data presented above relate to the hypotheses you generated earlier in lab?