Ice doesn't always make water cold, does it? What other things does it do?
chemically speaking what ice actually sucks up the heat around it. The heat is used to turn the ice into water and in the process it makes what ever is around it cooler.
You can use ice to reduce swelling, and numb pain. You can keep food good for longer by slowing down the bacteria growth inside it. You can actually make some objects just a little bit smaller by making them contract. Or you could use it to make your drinks cooler.
Not at all,it can make the drink taste more like gross water,leave it in soda for at least 3 hours in the refrigerator and you'll see what I mean. It sometimes heal up wounds,it didn't for me,it made some of mine worse. But it can cool a person down on a very hot day. List goes on...
Ice does NOT "suck up the heat around it," nor is heat transfer a chemical process. Honestly, what are they teaching kids today?
Heat transfer only EVER goes from warm areas to cold areas, never from cold to warm.
no affence, but is that a serious question?..I mean ice can be made of different liquids yes,but ice always makes water cold,thn desolves to become MORE water...