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Why is the outside of an ecosystem glass?

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The outside of an ecosystem is not glass.

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The air outside the glass has water vapor in it. This is cooled and condenses on the glass.


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condensation. the glass is cooler inside than it is outside (you mean drinking glas right?) this temperature difference creates what is called condensation to form on the outside of the glass.


The cold glass cools the air close to the outside of the glass and causes the moisture in the air to condense on the outside of the glass when the molecules in the air come close enough together to touch one another..


The process is called condensation, the ice water touching the glass causes the glass to cool and which causes the water vapour in the air to condense on the outside of the glass.


This is caused by any cold drink. It's caused when the air outside of the glass cools down, trapping some of the water vapor, and or turning to precipitation on the outside of the glass, where it's cold.


It feels like ice , and glass like . · The glass filled with cold water and ice cubes felt cold on the outside as well.


When you have a glass of cold water from the fridge that you take outside, because it's hotter outside, little drops of water will form on the glass.


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The source of light for the glass block can be inside as well as outside the glass block.


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Because a human ecosystem has a relationship like brothers and allah had gave him brain.


When the living material in an ecosystem is burned away there is not an ecosystem left. A new one has to develop from dormant seeds protected from the heat and/or has to come in from outside the area of devastation.


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In the general sense, perhaps yes, but it is not a self-sustaining ecosystem, as it requires outside support to keep its inhabitants alive.


It is the opposite of evaporation. Think of a glass of ice cold lemonade on a hot humid day. Beads of water will form on the outside of the glass. This is water vapor in the air condensing when it is cooled by the outside surface of the glass.


the water droplets indicate that the air is cooler on one side of the glass. If the droplets are inside, then the outside is cooler. If the droplets are outside, it means the inside is cooler.


if you are referring to a magnifying glass the magnification is due to a difference in the curvature of the inside and outside. if not then i do not know what you mean b how "glass" works.


on net when type ecosystem pictures in google or yahoo you can even go look outside and you find a bird a dog a human


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