Aim: How does the volume of water at a given temperature affect the amount of ice that can melt in it? I did a lab experiment. I put ice in different volumes of water and waited for 5minutes. I measured the amount of ice melted and the final temperature of water. RESULT: (starting temp=18℃ Volume of water in cup/ Volume of ice melted / Final temperature of water 100ml / 12ml / 11℃ 200ml / 20ml / 12℃ 300ml / 25ml / 16℃ 400ml / 20ml / 16℃ This shows that as the volume of water increases at a given temperature, the volume of ice melted icreases. It also shows that the change in temperature decreases. I do not understand why. and I can't explain. Please HELP!!