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cold water is more dense than hot water, therefore making it heavier.
There is a valve on top of most Water Heaters, maybe it's shut off. bob... 1- The piping coming out of the tank if ferrous metal connected to non ferrous metal causing ele…ctrolytic action 2- The tank has not be properly serviced allowing sediment to acclimate 3- The supply piping has internal mineral deposits leading away from the tank. 4- Globe valves installed rather then full port Gate or Ball type
No water at all? from the cold side?,, Valve is off. Water is working but hot?,, The lines are connected together someplace.
It's because the water molecules in hot water are charged with thermal energy, making them fly about all over the place. The molecules move slower in cold water, because they …lack the energy to go any faster. In short, hot water is closer to being a gas than cold water, and cold water is closer to being a solid than hot water.
Cold water is heavier. The colder it is the denser is gets.
Water steams up by the weather. water doesn't steam up and go hot in countries like Antarctica and other cold countries. Like with human bodies, in horrendous weather you are… cold and in extremely hot weather you are warm. Basically: Water depends on the weather.
it is because of pluming
Given an identical volume of both to begin with (say, one gallon hot water, and one gallon cold water) they will be identical in weight.
well it depends about the situation but mainly hot water is better because you use hot water more than cold water you use hot water for melting, heating etc however cold water… is better on a hot day or if you burn or hurt yourselves
Hot water backfeeds from water heater into cold water lines due to expansion of hot water. Usually occurs when a faucet hasn't been opened for awhile, letting hot water backfe…ed through system.
Hot water is less denser than cold water and has a greater temperature.
It is because cold water is more dense than hot water, thus hot water floats on cold water
hot water has a lower density because since it is hot, all the particles repel from each other. therefore, cold water has a greater density that hot water which results in the… floating effect
You can breathe in either. Given a normal environment both hot and cold water will evaporate and become water vapour (change from a liquid to a gas). All else being equal th…e hot water will evaporate faster, but the cold water will still evaporate. For example, when you sweat, your sweat is not particularly hot, but it is the evaporation of the sweat that cools you down. You can therefore breathe in the water vapour from either hot or cold water. Just for absolute clarification - the above assumes the questioner is not asking if you can breathe under water; which clearly you can't unless there is something a little fishy about your character! :-)
Heat it. Place a 300ml sample of the cold water in a 500ml beaker and place the beaker on a retort stand about six inches above a standard laboratory Bunsen burner. Turn on t…he gas and ignite the Bunsen burner. Allow the flame to heat the water for several minutes. When small bubbles begin to form in the water, shut off the Bunsen burner and measure the temperature.