Why metal heats faster than glass?
metals have free electrons while glass doesnt
The metal of the jar lid heats up, and the molecules that make up the jar lid vibrate. These vibrations increase and therefore cause the metal of the lid to expand. The metal in the lid expands more than the glass of the jar. Therefore the lid is slightly larger than when it is cool, making it easier to twist open.
Every day the land heats much faster than the sea, and every night the land cools faster. When the land heats up, the air above it heats up as well. On the other hand, the ocean heats up and cools down relatively slowly. Therefore, areas near the ocean generally stay cooler during the day and have a more moderate temperature range than inland areas.
I would believe a demister is actually commonly know as a rear defogger. A long coil that loops the rear window that heats up to remove condensation caused by the interior of the car being colder than the temperature outside the car. Think of it this way: A glass filled with ice-water will have moisture on the outside of the glass. Imagine if you warmed the glass to the same temperature or higher than the…