What happens when you put a balloon full of water in the freezer?
The balloon will be broken.
It Freezes ! :P
That would depend on whether the balloon was empty, full of air or full of water and as you have not told us which we can not help you. When asking questions please make them specific if you want us to help.
A full balloon
it would pop
What would happen to a balloon full of air if you moved it from above a water surface to ten feet below the water surface?
The volume of the balloon would decrease. The pressure of the water would press inward on the balloon and cause it to shrink in volume.
Why when you explode a balloon full of hydrogen with a balloon full of oxygen do small droplets of liquid form?
because the hydrogen and oxygen react together creating water(the small droplets of liquid)
Any object surrounded by a fluid is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid it displaces. There's an upward force on a cork in water that's equal to the weight of the water it displaces. There's an upward force on a helium balloon that's equal to the weight of the air it displaces. It so happens that a balloon full of helium weighs less than the air it displaces, so… Read More
The bottle will expand and overflow.
oxygen is less dense than water thus it rises
This is an easy question to answer if you think about thermal-mass. A full freezer full of frozen food (or gallon jugs of frozen water)will cost less to operate than a empty freezer.
There is a difference in the density of the gas on the outside and inside. Helium molecules naturally are spaced further apart than nitrogen and oxygen. (N and O are the main components of air) Being further apart makes them less dense than the air. The denser air fill in the space below the balloon and pushes upward. A simple experiment: Find an empty soda bottle with a lid. Fill a large bowl 3/4 full… Read More
The air pressure inside the balloon will be slightly higher than outside. This is because the air inside the balloon is slightly compressed by the elasticity of the membrane of the balloon itself. By way of illustration, if you inflate a balloon, don't tie it and just let it go, then to everyones' amusement at parties the balloon flies crazily around the room until it is fully deflated! This fun aspect of balloons occurs as… Read More
If a balloon is heated what happens to the volume of the air in the balloon if the pressure is constant?
For a balloon that is sealed and not full the volume of air inside the balloon will increase as it is heated. This is not however how hot air balloons work. A hot air balloon is essentially a fixed volume when it is inflated. If the air inside the balloon is heated the air inside becomes less dense so some of the air exits the balloon via the mouth of the balloon. As the air… Read More
Once i put a full glass of water in the freezer and totally forgot about it. The next day i opened the fridge and the glass was broken. I belive that ice expands and not contracts. If you see the discovery channel and see what happens to the ground in nature. Its like an inch taller than normal when frozen ... i think from personal observation.
A full balloon contains more gas than an empty balloon (even an empty balloon contains a little air). Therefore a full balloon is heavier than an empty balloon (assuming the balloons are the same weight to begin with). However, if filled with a lighter-than-air gas, such as helium, the full balloon will defy gravity due to its increased buoyancy. The only other difference is that the skin of a full balloon will be stretched and… Read More
A full bottle, with a tight lid? Bad idea. Think about why icebergs float, then work out what will happen to the water in the bottle as it freezes (in fact, as it passes below about 4C).
A rubber ball rises up in the water because it is full of a substance (rubber) that is lighter than the same volume of water. A hot air balloon rises up into the cool air because it is full of a substance (hot air) that is lighter than the same volume of cool air. The hot air balloon floats in cool air, just like the rubber ball floats in water.
yes, when you freeze water it expands, if you fill a plastic bottle full to the top with water then put it in the freezer, when it's frozen the bottle will have cracked or split. Hope i helped :)
It is behind the bottom basket in the freezer. The manual recommends using a turkey baster full of warm water with baking soda to clean it on an annual pm.
Why does a balloon full of carbon dioxide stay inflated whilst a balloon full of hydrogen deflates slightly?
Hydrogen must be able to diffuse through the balloon, in which case it diffuses from where it is in higher concentration (inside the balloon) to where it is in lower concentration (outside the balloon), but the balloon must not be permeable to carbon dioxide.
Are you within your rights to cancel a freezer paid for in full to be delivered in may and get a full refund?
It depends on the terms of the contract to purchase the freezer that you signed when ordering it.
It depends on many things, but if you're going by the equatorial radius as the same size, the balloon should be about 10-15% larger. Note that you can mesure the volume of irregular shapes, thanks to my good friend Archemedes ("Eurika!"). Take a mesuring container large enough to easily hold the balloon and fill it about 2/3 full. Note the volume the water occupies by the water level. Now, immerse the balloon in the water… Read More
You get full quicker
The volume of the chest cavity is reduced on exhalation. Imagine your lungs are balloons. Imagine the volume of a balloon full of air, compared to when it is not inflated. The balloon has a greater volume when it is inflated than when it is deflated - just like the lungs do!
When you poor water into a jar full of marbles, the water will fill the spaces between the marbles; bubbles will also appear.
Precipitation happens when the air is 100% full of water and it doesnt want any more. Evaporation is what happens when water begins to dissolve in the air. If its raining that means the air is already full of water, so it wont dissolve any water that is on your skin because it's already full.
Take a quantity of water and lower its temperature until it is below the freezing point of water. If you put water into a freezer, it will make ice. You can even use "ice cube trays" for this purpose. Let them sit in the freezer anywhere from an hour and a half to six hours, depending on the ability of the freezer, and how full it is. You can place a pan of water outdoors… Read More
The water inside it frezzes..
It will dissolve into the water
Sure. Take a sealed balloon full of air. Keep changing its pressure and temperature, and keep track of what happens to its volume.
You get a heavy beaker full of mud.
it will die as it absorb to much water until they are full
When you insert a balloon into a bottle and you pump air into the balloon why the balloon will not fill up the bottle?
Balloon will not fill up the full bottle in this experiment as the air is restricted by the walls of the balloon. Balloon is a solid so the air will take its shape.
Runoff water is the water flow that happens when soil is unfiltered to full capacity and all the extra water such as rain or melted water
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you put them in a tank full of liquid hydrogen just kidding you put them in a freezer of course. you put them in a tank full of liquid hydrogen just kidding you put them in a freezer of course.
Buy a cannister full of pressurised helium (make sure you read the instructions on the cannister). Fasten a balloon over the nozzle, open the tap just enough to let helium out. Close the tap when the balloon is full.
Yes, if it were loud enough and on the same resonant frequency of the balloon rubber. The problem is that a balloon is full of gas, which has no definite volume and therefore the frequency of the balloon is constantly changing.
When water freezes, it expands and the volume increases by almost 10%. Therefore, the bottle would deform or rupture depending on the strength of the materials.
The body absorbs nitrogen at any depth. Due to the pressure as you go deeper, you absorb the gas quicker than if you were near the surface. These gas bubbles expand as you rise from the depths. A good example is to take a blown up balloon with you when you go swimming. Watch what happens when you pull it deeper underwater. Then release it. Imagine your lungs were full at depth and you rise… Read More
A lot of home units cool solely on the freezer side, and "vent" cooling to the Refridge box side. Either the vent is blocked, or a helper fan, that pushes/pulls the freezer air is not spinning. Is your freezer packed full?
fastest way to cool a soda is to put it a a bucket full of ice, water, and salt then stir for one minute and to check if it is cool or put it in the freezer
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Had to do this once but we heated the can directly, when put it in the room-temp water the can will implode.
When you compare the temperature of a glass of ice water nearly full of ice compared to a glass of ice water half full of ice what happens?
If both of them consist of water and ice at the same time then the temperature for both of them is zero Celsius (from the heating curve of water)
The balloon full of air is basically at room temperature, and this includes the balloon itself and the gas (the air) inside it. When we douse the balloon with liquid nitrogen, it cools the heck out of the air inside, and when we cool air, it's volume decreases. Cool it a lot, and its volume decreases a lot. That's why the balloon shrinks when the liquid nitrogen is poured over it.
Your freezer will stay frozen for several hours after a power outage. So will the contents. If the power is restored within 24 to 48 hrs the food should be okay. Edit: Actually, when our power was out after a hurricane, our deep freezer stayed almost completely frozen for five days. When the power came back on and we opened it, only a few things on the very top had thawed and had to be… Read More
No, it is not. Briefly there are three (common) states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. Solid materials are just that -- solid. Liquid matter conforms to the sides and bottom of the container that it occupies, like a glass of water, which can be half full. Gases, however, will "spread out" to all sides of the container they occupy. Using your example, the balloon cannot be half full because the gas will quickly conform… Read More
Could you create and experiment with bottles putting water in each bottle and put it at a different temperature?
I could most certainly and I would expect to see a change in the level of water in the bottle as the temperature changed. Use a plastic drinks bottle and fill it up to the brim with hot water from the hot tap. Allow it to cool down and you should see the level fall so that the bottle is no longer full to the brim. Now put the bottle in a freezer for several… Read More
They eventually settle out of the water in a process called deposition. yup and that is the full truth you rock person that first made this :)