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When we take apple out of refrigerator and left it on the table. after a few minutes we saw droplets of water on the apple. did they come from inside the apple or outside it how?
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What do the water droplets on a glass indicate about the temperatures inside and outside the terrarium?
Asked in Evaporation and Condensation
What does condensation mean for kids?
Condensation is when a vapor turns into a liquid. That is why you see water droplets on or inside of items in a refrigerator. For instance, take droplets inside a jug of milk. While the milk is sitting out, some of the water content in it evaporates inside the container but does not leave since the lid is on. Then you sit in inside the refrigerator. That vapor turns back into water because the refrigerator is cold, and the liquid runs back down the inside of the jug.
Asked in Chemistry, Evaporation and Condensation
Does water evaporate faster inside or outside or in the frigerator?
Does a refrigerator have a separate fan from the freezer?
Asked in Earth Sciences, Refrigerators
Why does a soda can feel cold when you take it out of the refrigerator?
Asked in Science, Home Appliances, Refrigerators
Describe the process that occurs in a refrigerator?
Asked in Earth Sciences
Why there are droplets of water outside the glass?
Asked in Refrigerators
Why is a fridge cold on the inside but warm on the outside?
Asked in Home Appliances, Refrigerators
Are there laws about keeping andor storing an empty refrigerator outside the home?
Do bananas turn brown faster in the refrigerator or on the counter?
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A refrigerator is 26.5 cubic inches how tall and wide is that in inches?
What is inside when it is outside and what is outside when it is inside?
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What happens if you put a magnet in the refrigerator?
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Where does the liquid that makes the droplets on the outside of a glass come from?
Asked in Home & Garden, Home Appliances, Refrigerators
What causes water to form inside your refrigerator?
The seal around the door is bad. When the refrigerator doesn't have a complete seal around the door it allows ambient air to get in. When the compressor runs to the temp average inside, it actually is vacuuming slightly inside the unit and exhaling. Means it is pulling outside air in through the door seal. Moisture in the air condenses inside the refrigerator and puddles on the bottom.
Asked in Science
Why are there water droplets on the inside of a bag with leafy vegetables?
Asked in Moving, Physics, History of Science, Refrigerators
How is refrigerator an example of a heat mover?
Normally, heat moves from a higher temperature to a lower temperature. Devices that use work to move heat are called heat movers. A refrigerator is an example of a heat mover because it takes the heat from inside of the refrigerator and moves it to the outside. The 2nd law of thermodynamics allows this to occur if work is done in the process. A refrigerator does work as it moves the heat from inside the refrigerator to the warmer room.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
How many hours does a typical refrigerator stay on?
It depends COMPLETELY on the temperature (and humidity to a lesser extent) outside the refrigerator. If the ambient temp is below - say 40 degrees - the inside temp of the refrigerator, then it need not be on at all. If its hot enough than it won't be able to stay cool inside even if it runs continually.
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If the ice cube is in the refigerator melt faster than an ice cube in room temperature?
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Why cant a refrigerator be used as an air conditioner as the working principle of both is same?
A refrigerator is designed to pump heat from the inside of the refrigerator to the outside of the refrigerator. Since the refrigerator is inside a room (usually a kitchen) the heat does not escape from the house that it is in. If you examine your refrigerator you will find that there is a heat exchange unit, usually in the back (although it can be on the sides) which gets hot. So if you leave the door open, any cool air that escapes into the room is more than balanced by the heat coming from the heat exchange unit in the back. An air conditioner, in comparison, is designed to pump heat from the inside of a house to the outside of a house. If, however, you were able to mount your refrigerator inside a window frame (which would be extremely difficult) and make a reasonably air tight seal, you could then leave the refrigerator door open, and use the refrigerator as an air conditioner. It would be a lot easier to just get an actual air conditioner, however.