Why does a bottle filled with cold water blast when kept in fridge?
Water is an unusual liquid in that it expands as it freezes. This can cause it to break a glass container as the water content freezes.
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it is said that freezing water in an ordinary plastic bottle can cause cancer, you may like me thinki this is very stupid when you first hear this, but it is true! when you freeze the water, bits of plastic freeze into the water and so when you are drinking the water, you are drinking bits of plasti…c aswell! im not stopping you from doing this im just warning you of the outcome! the only thing that really annoys me about this is, that when i told my mates that my mum researched this up, they wont stop going on about it in the summer or whenever they see frozen water in a bottle, e.g they will say stuff like Emma's mummy says freezing water can give you cancer, it is really annoying!plus the other day my friend suddenly started saying that she wasnt going to eat, which was pretty random, so at lunch time my m8 was kinda forcing her to eat, then my friend said has anyone got any chewing gum, we all said no, then i said chewing gum is bad for you, and she said im NT gonna listen to your stupid explanation because you mummy says you can get cancer from freezing water! i wanted to cry because its not fair that im being bullied by the truth (MORE)
No longer than an hour or so if left out in room temp. Bacteria can start to grow on foods in an hour. Our stomach acids can kill some of these bacteria but not all. Foods should be kept out of the danger zone which is above 45 degrees and below 145 degrees. In this zone foods are perfect for bacter…ia. (MORE)
The number of bottles used to fill 2.5 liters of water will dependon the size of the bottles. You will need 5 half-liter bottles tofill 2.5 liters of water.
You shouldn't keep long goldfish and the small fat ones tgether as they will just compete for food and as the small ones are not as quick they are likely not to be fed! however i have 2 long ones and 7 stumpy ones and they seem to be fine in the same tank! i olso have 3 small shrimps and neon fish… i am going to add more fish to my tank this weekend but am not quite sure what ones yet!i hope that as of some help!. (MORE)
It's a process called condensation caused by humid air striking a much colder surface.. Generally the colder air is the less moisture it can carry. So when the air around you meets the side of the bottle it begins to cool, and can't care as much moisture as it had been. The moisture it can't carry …is deposited on the side of the bottle as condensation. (MORE)
Yes, keeping the freezer full helps it retain the cold and keeps food frozen long in case there is a power out. Group foods together putting raw meats on the bottom, cooked meats above that, fruits and veggies next and breads and other baked goods that can't drip and contaminate foods on the top.… Freeze ice, flour, rice, dry beans, dry pasta or other freezable pantry items to fill any extra space in the freezer.. If the freezer is empty only thing in there will be air. So energy will be spent to cool the air which being a bad conductor will take lot of power. And then when someone opens the freezer cool air from inside mixes with hot air outside effectively raising the temperature in the freezer. The freezer has to work again to cool this hot air back to the earlier levels. So filling up the empty space in freezer with stuff (preferably but not necessarily food stuff) (MORE)
Yes it is safe. if the bottle is well sealed. If you boil the waterfirst killing many micro organisms and bacteria and store in asterilized bottle it will keep in definitely. Do not reuse plasticstore water bottles as they leach harmful chemicals. Glass isprobably best.
about 50 months.But if you are looking for a better taste just leave them on the counter.
If the water bottle would freeze, the water needs more room to freeze. If the bottle is filled to the top, the water has no where to move. In the end, the water bottle explodes.
Running cold water is the quickest way to cool something, especially Baby Formula. Agitating the bottle under a running cold tap, will cool it to the required temperature quicker than anything else, including putting it in the freezer.
Neither. "Solute" and "solvent" are used to refer to the components of a mixture or a solution. In such a case, a solute dissolves into another substance, called the solvent. A bottle filled with oil and water will not be a solution because the oil and water will not mix.
The earhern pots used for keeping water cool in summer have small pores in it.water seeps in these pores and evaporates.as evaporation causes cooling, earthen pots remain cool.
The difference in temperature from the cold water bottle and the slightly or drastically warmer air causes the humidity from the out side air to condense on the outside of the cooler surface
That depends on how cold the fridge's thermostat is set. The only way to be sure is to measure the cold water with a thermometer.
Well I think you can only if you have a cold water function. . -) goodluck
Some of the water seeps through the pot and evaporates; evaporative cooling chills the pot and hence the water left inside.
There is no need to keep water in colored bottles and many people keep it in clear bottles. Some find colored bottles aesthetically pleasing and choose to use them for that reason.
A half bottle because small bodies cool down faster. Like a emporer penguin chick out in the open. The chick would freeze to death quick, that's why they try to say with their parents. Or why you cant blow on a whole bowl of hot soup to cool it down.
Hot waters in the cans has their molecules expanded because of the heat. To make the cans contract, it must be fully sealed after the heating. When the cans is suddenly cooled down, the waters molecules contracts swiftly thus leaving an empty space inside the can. This lower the pressure inside the …can, lower than the atmospheric pressure. Than the atmospheric pressure just simply acts upon the can and crushed the can to death. Hahaha... But if you leave the can to cooled down normally, there is no significant contraction because the can has some times to regulate the pressure by making a small leak on the seal, depends on what type of seal used. www.photoengineering.webs.com (MORE)
Because the air expands during summer, which leads to the breaking of bottle; so to avoid this, it is kept under water.
As the water inside the bottle cools it uses less air pressure than the cool air outside. The results are crushing.
It depends on what meat you are talking about. Here is a rough guide and is based on 40 degree refrigerator: Ham 3-7 days Hot dogs, 1 week if opened, 2 weeks if unopened Bacon 7 days Fresh fish/shell fish 1-2 days Stuffed pork and lamb chops or chicken breasts 1 day Ground beef/chicken/…turkey/veal 1-2days Stew meats, 1-2 days Steaks/roasts 3-5 days Poultry 1-2 day (MORE)
It's because the water inside is cold.Thus it's temp is less.The water vapout around the bottle cools and condenses in the form of water droplets. ______________ Who said there was water in the bottle? There's evaporated water in the AIR that will condense when it comes into contact with a cold o…bject. Like windows ona frosty morning- condensation will form on the inside (MORE)
It doesn't, it is room temperature minus visible light heat unless in a conductive / heat absorbing container.
The water in the bottle is much colder than the air surrounding it, so the bottle cools the air immediately surrounding it through conduction. This causes the air to cool to its dew point, whereupon some of the moisture in the air will condense onto the bottle.
Since air is less dense than water, the air pushes the bottle upward. The water filled bottle would sink because the density is greater than water.
Leave it on the side to warm up, and condensation will form on the inside- little water droplets. As you haven't messed with the bottle at all (ie added anything to it) it should bepure air and therefore shows there is water vapour in the air.
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Because water expands when it freezes. You can freeze a bottle of water without breaking it, but you have to leave about 1 1/2" of space at the top for the expansion that will take place.
When we place a water bottle with cold water on top of a water bottle with hot water the particles in the hot water bottle rise, pushing the cool particles to the bottom. This is a type of heat transfer called convection. Basically, the hot particles in the hot water bottle rise to the cold water bo…ttle at the top and the cool particles in the cold water bottle at the top sink to the hot water bottle at the bottom. This is one of the three heat transfers. Convection occurs in gases and liquid. (MORE)
) the bottle does not sweat. Actually due to its coldness the water vapours in the atmosphere condenses and deposits on the bottle.
Why does the balloon with no water break in the flame? Andballoon with water not break? The flame heats the rubber of bothballoons. The rubber of the balloon without water becomes so hot,that it becomes too weak to resist the pressure of the air insidethe balloon. . When water inside the balloon is… placed in the flame, the waterabsorbs most of the heat from the flame. Then, the rubber of theballoon does not become very hot. Because the rubber does notbecome hot, it does not weaken, and the balloon does not break.Water is a good absorber of heat (MORE)
It will change it's matter into solid from liquid . The solid formed is called ice.
Warm air can hold more moisture (humidity) than cool air. Therefore, when the air cools off and the amount of moisture in the air is too high, some water separates out from the air. This is why dew falls on a cool summer night or we get a frost some winter evenings. The water bottle example is th…e same process, but smaller scale. The air cools off right next to the cold bottle, and cannot hold as much humidity. So, like dew on the ground, you get condensation ("sweat") on the outside of your water bottle. (MORE)
Because the got too hot and could get 3rd degree burns if not treated by EMTs It keeps their color bright and they look alot better,,,also it stops the cooking process and can help keep them from being overdone
Because water freezes and expands then freezes again then expands some more leaving more water than it started of with every single time. Devils marbles are a great example of what and how water can over come barriers.
All water sealed in plastic containers should be assumed to be potable (drinkable) except when the label expressly says otherwise. Typically, water sold in plastic bottles or multi-gallon jugs is marketed for taste and not for particular purity or cleanliness; but rest assured it is free of danger…ous or particularly unhealthy substances, otherwise it would never make it to the shelves! (MORE)
The dew point is the temperature at which vapor in the air will condense and turn into liquid. The dew point is determined by the air temperature, pressure and relative humidity. Consequently, when vapor in the air comes into contact with the edge of the bottle (which, if the water is cold, is below… dew point) it condenses and forms liquid on the outside of the bottle. (MORE)
As things heat up they slightly expand. When they cool they get smaller. So, if you take a brittle substance like glass and heat it up it will expand. But, if you rapidly cool it, part of the glass will shrink so fast that it will break away before the rest of it can cool down and shrink. The same w…ill happen when you rapidly heat a cold glass it will break. If you rapidly cool or heat the glass EVENLY over its ENTIRE surface area it should not break in "theory" because the glass will expand and contract at the same rate across its entire surface. But it still is glass and could break due to imperfections/design. (MORE)
Soda bottles contain carbon dioxide, a gas; increasing the temperature the volume of the gas is increased. As a consequence the pressure in the bottle is also increased and the breaking of the bottle is possible.
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The pressure at the bottom of the bottle is the greatest. It decreases as the level comes up and is the least at the top.
At room temperature, the air contains moisture which condenses, on coming in contact with the container having cold water. Hence, dews are formed
Because the heat from the water could in theory build up enough air pressure to cause the bottle to burst - covering the person with scalding water. Expelling all the air from the bottle before tightening the stopper reduces the risk dramatically.
As you add water to a bottle, the bottle which produce progressively higher pitched sounds when tapped (or if you blow across the opening).
Hydrilla is an aquatic plant which means that it naturally grows in water. If one placed hydrilla twigs in a beaker of water, the twigs would begin to sprout roots and would eventually grow leaves if the environment was conducive to growth.
Yes, keeping two 1 liter bottles of chilled tap water in the fridgeis a great idea. Water is very good for everyone's body and health.
Moisture in the air condenses on the cold bottle. If the air isdry, there will be no dew on the bottle.
Because the temperature of water can't normally go beyond 100degree Celsius , because that is the temperature of boiling water.When we keep any bottle with water on fire, heat transmits frombottle to water and since the temperature of bottle and watershould be almost same, the temperature of bottle …does not go farbeyond 100 degree Celsius. And since the melting point of thebottle(plastic) are in general above 100 degree Celcius they don'tmelt. (MORE)