What happens to the air when you open a refrigerator door?

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the air in a fridge when you open the door gets hotter because you let the particles out
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What will happen if you leave a refrigerator door open in a room?

The room will warm up. The fridge with the door left open will run pretty much continuously to try to cool the inside. Our fridge doesn't know the door is open, so it keeps r

What happens when the door of a refrigerator is kept open?

You will waste energy. Condensation will form on the surfaces in the fridge and mould may grow. Not to mention the stench of food going bad.. Also, if you're thinking about u

What happens to a refrigerator if the door is left open all day?

the compressor pump will never stop running as the refrigerator will continuously try to cool the objects inside it and in turn continuously radiate heat from its radiator eve

What happens to room temperature if the refrigerator door remains opened inside the room?

Assuming the room has no air flow in or out, the room temperature would go up. According to my college chemistry professor, refrigerators can only cool small cubic areas of ai

What happens to the room temperature if the door of the refrigerator is kept open?

Assuming the room is completely sealed, with no air flow in or out, the room temperature would go up. According to my college chemistry professor, refrigerators can only cool

What will happen if door of a refrigerator is left open in a closed room?

I disagree with Alliesmith.00. The room will warm up.The fridge with the door left open will runpretty much continuously to try to cool the inside. Our fridgedoesn't know th

Will the cold air rush out if you leave the refrigerator door open?

No, cold air does not rush out, but warm air outside the refrigerator does ruch in. There are a couple of reasons. First, cold is the absence of energy. Heat represents the pr
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Can you open a door in the air of a 747?

yes you can. but i can't advise it. since an aircraft is a pressurized vessel. you will get explosive decompression, this can be EXTREMELY dangerous, and can result in the p