Inside a hockey players water bottle?
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Well, Water Vapor forms, for example, inside a water bottle, by the water evaporating inside the bottle. What I mean is, it is hotter inside the bottle than it is on the outside of the bottle, so... The vapor forms on the bottle, as a cloud type thing. You can not see the actual vapor since it's totally invisible, but, you do know it's there, like air.
If you heat a bottle and put a balloon on it then put it in ice water why does the balloon go inside of the bottle and inflate?
Air inside the bottle expands when the bottle is heated. Some of it leaves the bottle until the pressure of the heated air remaining in the bottle equals the pressure of the air in the room. The balloon is then placed over the neck of the bottle and prevents any more air from entering or leaving the bottle. The air inside the bottle cools to the temperature of the ice water. The cooler air inside…
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 pressure 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…
Since, air can take any shape or size... or in other words air has no definite volume or shape.. Suppose, we take a water bottle.. The air inside the bottle will aquire the shape of the bottle and the volume of the air inside the bottle will be equal to the volume of the water bottle.. Similarly, in other cases...
When the water is warmer, it has a higher vapour pressure making tiny droplets of water (water vapour) more likely form in the air inside the bottle. These droplets will then condense when they make contact with the side of the bottle because it is cooler there. -Alex listin that's soo boring i mean tlk about somtin eles
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 object. Like windows ona frosty morning- condensation will form on the inside
To clean a water bottle you have to put fine sand into the bottle and then pour water and put one of your fingers to plug the bottle and shake for a little while and pour the sand and water out then rinse. Make sure the sand is gone. If you don't wash the bottle at all it will get moldy. Another way is to get a very small brush, stick it inside the bottle…
This answer presumes that "empty" means the bottle has no water in it, but does have air in it. In this case the bottle would collapse (or partly collapse) if the temperature inside the bottle dropped to a lower temperature causing the air inside to shrink, or if the bottle was taken to a place of higher air pressure (such as taking the bottle from a mountain peak to the base of the mountain. The…
In the first place the water in the bottle would keep the temperature of the plastic down preventing it from burning and leaking, The same as you would do by boiling water over a flame in a paper cup, However the water in the bottle would heat up and eventually the pressure inside the bottle would burst it like a balloon.
Optional- Put water in the bottom of the bottle and hold the bottle (w/ egg on top) over a hot stove. Step 1: Hard boil and egg, find an empty bottle and a match. Step 2: Light match and drop into bottle. Step 3: place egg onto opening of the bottle. As the match burns the oxygen inside the bottle, it creates a vacuum, sucking the egg inside the bottle.
Yes. I saw it, and I was able to reproduce it in my kitchen. I didn't have a flask, so I used a glass bottle with a screw-on cap. After the water in the bottle was boiled, then removed from the heat and the bottle plunged into ice, the bottle, of course, soon disintegrated, but not before the water inside it had clearly and distinctly resumed its boiling.
Why a plastic bottle get crushed if it is first heated by putting in hot water keeping its cap open then immediately placed inside a refrigerator by closing its cap?
When the bottle is put in the hot water the air inside it heats up and expands (the atoms become more energised and move farther away from each other). When the lid is put on and it is put in the fridge, the air contracts; the pressure inside the bottle becomes lower than the air pressure outside the bottle and it gets crushed.
Your water bottle contains some air along with the water. The air is warm when you leave the house but it cools off outside. Cooling air contracts. Since the water bottle is sealed air-tight, no new air can get in. The contracting cooling air inside the bottle exerts less internal pressure on the bottle, so the external pressure which remains constant (24 pounds per square inch) will then partially collapse the bottle.