Acetone is a volatile liquid, that is, it has a low boiling point. Even room temperature is sufficient to make acetone turn into vapour.
Depending on the cask that whiskey is stored in, the maturation process can deteriorate after 40 years, though a transfer to a different cask will remove this factor. Part of the alcohol in whiskey can (just like in wine) turn to acetic acid in the cask or even, in very rare cases in the bottle and cause the whiskey to become undrinkable.
It will last indefinitely, but the taste will be ruined within months or weeks even, especially in hot weather. It's the exposure to the air in the bottle that does it, so transfer leftover whisky to smaller bottles so that they are full. Better still, drink it.
water vapour is used to put in balloons.[even thouht the balloons can't fly]
The only distilled spirit that possibly could is whiskey, but even that is highly unlikely.
The most familiar use of thermosetting plastic is the heat-resistant handle on metal cookware. It is also used for bottle caps, knobs and handles, and laminated counter tops. Thermosetting plastics retain their shape and strength even when heated.
It would not be 'Scotch' whiskey if made outside Scotland would it ? Many countries make whiskey, U.S.A. (bourbon), Canada, Japan, India, Taiwan, Ireland (whiskey), Wales and even England.
How can you compare a case of beer with a bottle of whiskey? It is the sort of comparison that would say that a glass of milk is equal to approx 40 bananas because they contain the same amount of calcium. Anyway, a case of beer is not a standard measure. Both drinks can vary quite significantly in their alcohol content. So you cannot even compare their alcohol content.
Unlike other liquids, water expands when it is frozen. You can observe this when filling a plastic bottle full of water and then putting it in the freezer overnight. You will see that the bottle expands or even burst in some cases. When the ice is heated and it reaches its melting point (0C) it undergoes a phase change from solid to liquid until it fully melts and becomes liquid at 4C. During this change, the water contracts back to its original state and it takes up less space. When heated above 4C, it expands like any other liquid.
I haven't heard about Old Overcoat since the early 60s. I'm not sure this would even be worth anything to a frat brother having DT's from withdrawal.
Yes, you can I wanted to try Bourbon glazed salmon but didn't have any bourbon so I used Whiskey and I think it turned out even better.
Because (in simple terms) there is more water, in vapour form, in the air so it is harder for even more to evaporate compaired to when there is no vapour - humidity - in the air.
BECAUSE the moncules are heated they expand because there gay and expand
The specific gravity of whiskey is less than water (.924-.947), so the volume of whiskey itself would float in water. Given that the barrel is made of wood (and should float by itself), a sealed barrel full of whiskey should float.
Yes it can if you puncture the bottle even if there is nothing in it the pressure will cause the bottle to explode
Thermo plastics will soften when heated and can be reshaped. Thermo-setting plastics undergo a chemical change when heated and will then retain their shape even when re-heated.
Scientifically water will expand when heated up even though it is the only liquid that expands when frozen
In certain climates, during transit, the parts may have cooled to well below room temperature - most vans/trucks do not have heated load areas. As you open the packaging, water vapour held in the relatively warm, moist air of the room may condense on the circuit board and components. This water vapour, or "dew" may cause short-circuits and damage components on the card, or the even computer you are installing them into.
He showed up to a revolt, and everybody calmed down after that. He didn't even have to do anything.
Hey, whatever you like to drink is good for you. There's even a recipe for "whiskey-in-your-coffee" (Irish coffee: coffee + Irish whiskey), so go for it.
Epoxy is a good example Or rubber. Basically any plastic that transforms with heat, and cant be transformed back. Thermosetting plastic or epoxy is a compond that when heated will cure and maintain it's shape even when heated again. Usually the compaound has to be mixed with hardeners and fillers then heated. Once cooled they will remain hard even if re-heated.
A Camelbak bottle is a type of water bottle that is well-known in the U.S.A. These types of bottles are extremely durably and are even used by law enforcement agencies.
The earths water is located everywhere as water, ice or even gas. Such as water vapour in the air.
yes, it can even float with heated water.