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Q: When can you withdraw heat from something without lowering it's temperature?
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When can you withdraw heat from something without decreasing its temperature?

When it is a crushed ice water mix. As long as there is water remaining, and there is mixing flow between water and ice, the temperature will not decrease, but the ratio of ice to water will increase as you withdraw heat.

Can you withdraw without your passbook?

yes you can withdraw without your passbook

Does ice melting depend on temperature?

Temperature is an important factor, but temperature alone cannot predict that ice will melt. Adding the heat of fusion to ice at zero degrees centigrade will cause it to melt without elevating its temperature, and removing the heat of fusion from water at zero degrees centigrade will cause it to freeze without lowering its temperature.

How do you thicken up water?

Without adding a chemical, i can only think of lowering the temperature

Under what circumstances can you withdraw from a 401K without a penalty?

If you cannot get money from any other source and you need money for something like staving off foreclosure (financial hardship), you can withdraw money with no penalty. Taxes would be need to be paid and you can only withdraw the exact amount you need.

At what age can you withdraw from 401k without penalty?

You can withdraw beginning at age 59 1/2.

What does legal term Motion to Withdraw mean?

It is a request to the bench (i.e. the judge) to take something back. Most things in courtrooms can be taken back without the judge's permission, such as objectionable questions. However, once a lawyer has declared himself or herself as counsel in a case, he or she cannot withdraw as counsel of record without consent of the court. This is usually what a motion to withdraw means--a request for a lawyer to be allowed to quit.

What are people referring to when they speak of 'supercooled' water?

From Wikipedia: "Supercooling, also known as undercooling, is the process of lowering the temperature of a liquid or a gas below its freezing point without it becoming a solid."

How do you withdraw from the University of Phoenix?

How do you withdraw from any University without owing money?

How can withdraw money from ATM without your card?

You can't - legally.

What does withdraw with prejudice mean?

I am assuming the phrase is used in relation to a legal claim, in which case it means to withdraw the claim without the right to refile it at a later time. This is contrasted with "withdraw without prejudice" which would, obviously, mean that the right to refile the claim remains.

How do you withdraw from a fixed deposit account?

You cannot withdraw from a fixed deposit account without cancelling the note, which will likely incur a cancellation fee...