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What makes the pumpkin pull away from the pie crust after it cools?


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2005-11-17 15:44:02
2005-11-17 15:44:02

The filling contracts as the temperature lowers. This is common in most substances. What makes the difference here is that the filling shrinks MORE than the crust does. It also sticks to itself better than it sticks to the crust, so that is where the separation takes place.


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Just don't spray anything to make it not stick. Because PAM is greasy so if you don't spray that then the filling won't pull away from the crust

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On geologic time scales, new oceanic crust is constantly being formed ad mid-ocean ridges while older crust is destroyed at subduction zones. The crust forms at the ridge and is carried away by the movement of the plate as new crust forms to take its place. The oceanic crust is youngest new a mid ocean ridge and oldest far away from it.

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