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Climatology and Climate Changes
Where is the coldest part of frig?
How long will canned chicken keep in the refrigerator once its opened?
Asked in Science, Bunsen Burners
Where is the coldest part of the Bunsen burner?
The coldest part of the Bunsen Burner would be the gas inlet nozzle. Since expanding gasses absorb quite a bit of heat, the coldest portion would be where the gas first enters the burner. Now "whats the coldest part of a Buseb burners flame?", a completely different question. It' s the part closest to the ignition point.
"My frig stopped working last week. It had been acting up, humming loudly and bottom (cold) part wou?
"My frig stopped working last week. It had been acting up, humming loudly and bottom (cold) part would occasionally run too high and freeze my milk if it was at the back of the shelf. Well, finally, one day my freezer had nearly defrosted itself and the items in the frig part were sweating and quickly losing their chill. Is it a good sign that the motor was still working and sounding as usual? Will it be cheaper to fix than buy a new frig? How?
Asked in Science
Does water evaporate in the fridge?
Yep, and then it condenses and freezes in the freezer compartment. A2. And this means that the humidity in the frig is LOW and thus foods that will be damaged by losing water should not be kept in the frig. Unless you live in a rather hot climate, eggs and fruit will lose condition faster in the frig than in a shaded part of a room.