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Why does hot oil explode when you pour water on it?
Very cheap or extremely thin glass can, yes - that's why modern heatproof glass was developed. Any glassware designed for kitchen use is safe from breakage if hot li…quids are poured into it, but any glass might break if it becomes very hot, and then is suddenly plunged into cold water. Glass cracks because of the temperature difference between the inner and outer layer, glass is a poor conductor, so the inner layer expands faster than the outer layer, this stress is what causes the crack, so the thicker a glass is, the longer it takes for the heat to transfer to the outer layer, so the more likely it is to crack.
Meaning: To calm an angry quarrel; to have a soothing effect through tact or skill in dealing with people. Oil sits on top of water, and the water tends to stop washing aroun…d so much with that other substance on top of it. Therefore, if you pour oil on water that is sloshing around, it will calm things down.
yes. If you leave it boiling at high temperatures for a certain period of time, the steam produced will be too much for the kettle, and that's when you hear the whistling soun…d. And if you ignore the kettle and leave it continously boiling, there comes a time when the situation falls over the edge, causing the kettle to blow up in 25m diametre. The rate of the procces depends on the size of the kettle and the temperature.
When heat is applied to something, it tends to expand. When you pour hot water into something made out of glass, only the inside dilates, and the outside doesn't, since it…s temperature is cooler. If the insides enlarges but the outside doesn't, it cracks. For this reason thick glass is more likely to crack, and thinner glass is less likely. Also, the bottom of the glass could expand, while the top doesn't (if the hot water goes straight to the bottom). In any case, the temperature is higher in one part of the glass and lower in another, so one part expands and another stays the same size.
Water is heavier then Oil, so it goes to the bottom. Once there it evaporates and pushes the oil out into the air. As the oil goes though the air it sucks in more oxygen and e…xplodes.
The oil sits on top of the water, cutting off any air, so the mosquito larvae will die of asphyxiation. No mosquitoes, no malaria.
The expansion of the glass makes it break (the inside of the glass, which is in contact with the hot water, tries to expand more than the outside; the tension makes the glass …break).
When materials are heated they expand, when the expansion is too quick in some materials such as amorphous silica (glass) the structure breaks.
If you have the hot water and pour the cold water on top of the closed container. I believe that just lowers the air pressure inside of the container, allowing the hot water t…o boil at a lower temperature.
when the engine is run the oil and water will make a thick pudding like mixture that will not lubricate the engine, you will need to change the oil and filter again. ( this …mixture can clog the filter ) You may also need to do an engine cleaning procedure as well, that mixture will stick to everything and be there after several oil changes.
What happens to the air pressure in the bottle when you pour hot water in it and then pour the hot water out and pour cold water on the bottle?
When you pour in the hot water, it takes up all of the space inside the bottle (since it is a fluid). When you pour out the hot water and quickly put on the cap the air pressu…re inside the bottle is less than the air pressure outside causing the bottle to implode on itself. I'm not really sure about pouring cold water on after, maybe someone knows the answer to that part. But if you try doing it you can probably figure out what the answer is! Actually: When you pour the hot water in, and then out of the bottle the air that rushes in to replace the water is warmed by the water, and the warmed sides of the bottle, causing it to expand and some air leaves the bottle. When you then cap the bottle and let it cool to room temperature the air inside contracts, but because the cap is on no air can get back in to even things out. This causes the pressure inside the bottle to drop. Because the outside air pressure is higher than that inside the bottle, the bottle will chrush in, if it is plastic, until the bottle is small enough that the two pressures are equal. Pouring cold water on the bottle just amplifies the contraction of the air inside the bottle causing an even more pronounced effect. Note that this can be hazardous if you use glass, because the glass will not bend or crush but appear normal until the pressure difference gets to high and the glass simply implodes all at once.
It won't run properly, you'll have to drain the oil all out.
The water will turn warm.
Just use a Coca cola.
The milk bottle is made of ordinary glass with a relatively high coefficient of thermal expansion. Glass has poor thermal conductivity, so the inside of the bottle will be… hot and outside cold. This temperature gradient will cause a stress in the glass and if the glass has small imperfections or flaws in it the glass will break. That is why coffee pots are often made of low expansion glass, like Pyrex, to prevent high stress.