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darkman666

New Post! January 07, 2019 @ 04:39:15 am
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@Erimitus Said

The refrigerator is in an insulated room


it is in a meat locker?


Erimitus

New Post! January 07, 2019 @ 05:26:45 am
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@darkman666 Said

it is in a meat locker?



standard conditions


darkman666

New Post! January 07, 2019 @ 03:19:23 pm
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both questions:

3. remain the same


mrmhead

New Post! January 07, 2019 @ 04:25:56 pm
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@darkman666 Said

both questions:

3. remain the same



I disagree.

Aside from my irrelevant questions, I think the motor of the refrigerator will heat up the room.

Even if you leave the refrigerator doors open. The heat generated by the motor will exceed the cooling capabilities.

In essence, you are adding energy to the system with the electricity needed to run the motor.

But I still want ice cream.


Erimitus

New Post! January 07, 2019 @ 07:04:39 pm
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@mrmhead Said

I disagree.

Aside from my irrelevant questions, I think the motor of the refrigerator will heat up the room.

Even if you leave the refrigerator doors open. The heat generated by the motor will exceed the cooling capabilities.

In essence, you are adding energy to the system with the electricity needed to run the motor.

But I still want ice cream.



Right again Robin

You could have had the ice cream but TZ already ate it


darkman666

New Post! January 07, 2019 @ 07:08:23 pm
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@Erimitus Said

Right again Robin

You could have had the ice cream but TZ already ate it




mrmhead

New Post! January 08, 2019 @ 02:10:02 am
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Speaking of heat, I just saw a demonstration of something I had forgot about.

A glass of water is super-cooled - temperature brought down below freezing.
A liquid can become super-cooled if there isn't anything for the ice to grow on (it's more complicated, but that's close enough)

Once you prick, or stir the water, ice starts to form - and the temperature of the water Goes Up - even above freezing!!


Erimitus

New Post! January 08, 2019 @ 04:40:56 pm
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@mrmhead Said

Speaking of heat, I just saw a demonstration of something I had forgot about.

A glass of water is super-cooled - temperature brought down below freezing.
A liquid can become super-cooled if there isn't anything for the ice to grow on (it's more complicated, but that's close enough)

Once you prick, or stir the water, ice starts to form - and the temperature of the water Goes Up - even above freezing!!



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