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Is soup a fluid?
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Asked in Tomatoes, Soups and Stews, Tomato Juice
Will a can of tomato soup substitute for tomato juice?
Asked in Meteorology and Weather
In the convection current of a pan of soup the cooler denser fluid does what?
Asked in Geophysics, Plate Tectonics, Soups and Stews
What happens to a cooler denser fluid in soup in the convection currents of a pan of soup?
Asked in Soups and Stews
How many ounces in a Campbells condensed soup can?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Weight and Mass
What unit would you use to measure the mass of a soup can?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Measuring Tools
What would you use to measure the capacity of a bowl of soup?
Asked in Units of Measure, Cooking Measurements, Volume
How many cups are in a ten ounce can of soup?
1 Cup liquid = 8 Ounces Suspecting this is a homework question, you can figure out the answer given this information. That answer is NOT correct. If you read the label on the ten ounce can of soup it says "10 oz net wt" This question is still unresolved. We need a fluid measurement for the soup that weighs 10 ounces. There are 11 fluid ounces in a 10.5 oz (net wt) can of Campbells Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup. I measured twice.
Asked in Cooking Times and Temperatures
Why should a soup or sauces be covered while cooking?
Asked in Science
How do convection conduction and radiation heat food?
Conduction relies on heat (such as from an oven top element or flame) heating up a surface, the vibration/energy given to this surface is spread from on atom to the next via collisions between atoms. Convection heats upon area of fluid (i.e. water, soup or air). the heated up fluid is less dense and moves about more, when it moves, colder fluid moves to take its space, and gets heat, then moves away in turn. If you imagine a pot of soup on an element. The heat travels through the pot from the element by conduction. The heat that the base of the pot now holds is given to the soup touching the bottom of the pot by conduction. The heated soup liquid moves away, and is replaced by colder soup, which is also heated. (the hotter soup passes on energy to other parts of the soup by conduction, generating more convection etc. and this would continue until the soup reaches the same temperature as the element, or evaporates.)
Where do you fill power steering fluid in a 1973 450sl Mercedes and do you use transmission fluid you cannot find the reservoir thank you?
The resivoir is a small black tank about the size of a soup can. It sets above the powr steering belt and has a silver screw which hods the cover in place. Take the screw off and lift the cover to add fluid. Use transmission fluid only. The resivoir is a small black tank about the size of a soup can. It sets above the powr steering belt and has a silver screw which hods the cover in place. Take the screw off and lift the cover to add fluid. Use transmission fluid only.
Asked in Energy
What are some examples of convection and how does it work?
Well convection currents are what the plates (Tectonic plates) move on. Convection is heat transfer by the movement of a heated fluid. Example: As soup on the bottom of a pot gets hot (when you heat soup on a stove), it expands and therefore becomes less dense. The warm, less dense soup moves upward and floats over the cooler denser soup. At the surface, the warm soup spreads out and cools, becoming denser. Then, gravity pulls this cooler, denser soup back down to the bottom of the pot, where it is heated again. HOPE THIS HELPED!
Asked in Jobs & Education, Shopping, Soups and Stews
What is the difference between a cream soup and a puree soup?
When is soup served in Thailand?
Like most asean, the food come in complete set and the soup is meant to eat with food. Purpose of the soup is similar to table wine, fluid to drink with food and enhance appetite. Thai soup can be very hot because it was design to consume with rice. Many westernized Thai cusine adapt western serving style would have to reduce substaintial amount of spice.