Asked in Science
Gas bubbles forming throughout liquid is called?
Boiling, if the liquid is at that temperature point of phase transition. [Actually the bubbles will appear at the hottest point in the liquid. In a microwave oven, they will indeed appear throughout the liquid.] If the liquid is like champagne or soda water, containing compressed or dissolved gas, then the bubbles will originate at the inner surface of the bottle (or tumbler). They will form at minute imperfections (or dots of uncleanness) on the glass surface. This type of bubble formation is called...
Asked in Jobs & Education
What is cavitation parameter?
Cavitation is the process of the formation of vapor bubbles in low pressure regions within a flow. One might imagine that vapor bubbles are formed when the pressure in the liquid reaches the vapor pressure, pV , of the liquid at the operating temperature. ...
Asked in Chemistry
When a liquid boils do bubbles form throughout the liquid?
yes it would because when the liquid boils the entire container of liquid is heated to the boiling point, meaning that the liquid would turn to the vapor form all around the liquid. ...
Asked in Coca-Cola
What is the cause for the bubbles in coke?
Carbonated beverages get their fizz from the gas carbon dioxide. When the bottle is capped, carbon dioxide dissolves within the soda from the pressure exerted on it. It also occupies the void between the surface of the liquid and the cap. Shaking the bottle adds energy and causes gas in the soda to separate, forming tiny bubbles throughout the liquid. Formation of the bubbles increases pressure inside the bottle. Quickly removing the cap releases this pressure, and the bubbles immediately expand. Forced...
Difference between boiling and evaporation?
boiling occurs only when the liquid is heated and at the boiling point vapor bubbles come from the bulk of the liquid. while in evaporation, vaporization occurs only at the surface of the liquid, not throughout the liquid and it occurs at room temperature ...
When vaporization takes place on the surface of a liquid is called?
If vaporization takes place at the surface of a liquid, it is called evaporation. but when evaporation occurs throughout the substance it is called boiling. ...
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
What does bubbling indicate in a chemical reaction?
The creation of bubbles in a liquid can result from: Boiling (formation of gas phase material) a physical change Dissolution of dissolved gasses (a physical change) from a liquid as it warms The creation of gases by reactants in an aqueous environment (chemical change) ...
Asked in Chemistry, Cooking Techniques, Temperature
Why should boiling stones be used when boiling liquids?
Boiling chips provide a surface on which vapor bubbles can form. This bubble formation helps prevent superheating and bumping of the liquid. ...
What effect does adding sugar to dish washing liquid have on the bubbles?
Adding sugar to dish washing liquid will increase the amount of lather and bubbles. ...