### What is the expansion ratio of vinegar to steam?

In context of thread, do you not mean the expansion ratio of vinegar mixed with sodium bicarbonate and the resultant volume of CO2? I would think that the expansion level of boiling vinegar would be in proportion to how much water is in a typical vinegar solution. Then you would extrapolate that from what we already know about the expansion ratio of water to steam.

### How the anomalous expansion of water will help in the conservation of Bio diversity?

the anomalous expansion of water is where water contracts from 0to 4 degrees and then expands.In winters when the large water bodies turn deadly cold,the anomalous expansion of water helps in freezing only the top layer of the water bodies so that the marine life can survive underneath.This is how the anomalous expansion of water is useful in conservation of bio diversity

### Why does irrational numbers don't stop?

Because if they stopped they could be expressed as a ratio. Suppose the decimal expansion of an irrational stopped after x digit AFTER the decimal point. Now consider the number n, which is the original number, left and right of the decimal, but without the decimal point. This is the nummerator of your ratio. The denominator is 1 followed by x zeros. It is easy to show that this ratio repesents the decimal expansion of…

### Water expands as it freezes can you define a coefficient of volume expansion for the freezing force?

### What is the cut off ratio of a diesel engine?

The thermodynamic cycle which powers a diesel engine has four steps: 1. Adiabatic compression (compression with no heat transfer into or out of the reaction cylinder). 2. Heating at constant pressure. In a diesel engine, the heat generated by the compression step is so great that fuel spontaneously combusts as it's injected into the cylinder; however, this combustion is not instantaneous, so the gases inside the cylinder heat up and expand at constant pressure as…

### Why do some hot water heaters need thermal expansion tanks and others do not?

I believe that the larger the hot water tank, the greater is the need for an expansion tank. Water expands as it is heated. This is why all hydronic heating systems require an expansion tank. A water heater would need expansion tank when a backflow preventer or check valve is installed in domestic cold water line directly after water meter. Some areas require backflow prevention, but not all. Have to check with local plumbing authority…

### Why does order matter in ratios?

The order of a ratio only matters as far as the "title" or "description" of the ratio. A bottle of squash may say "dilute this in the ratio of 1:5 with water". This would formally be stated as "the ratio of squash to water is 1:5", ie for every 1 part of squash there is, there should be 5 parts of water. Each part of the ratio refers to a specific part of the description…